Team 8: Combat Identification and Fratricide:A Human Affair
Jackson, Leroy A. (Jack)
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Over the past two years TNO and Dstl developed an Agent Based Combat ID Model to support the research on factors influencing the success and failure of Combat Identification processes. During the International Data farming Workshop (IDFW) 15 in Singapore, we evaluated this model by conducting the first data farming experiments. The model represents Situation Awareness (SA) and the cognitive processes to combine new sensor input with SA in order to make identification decisions. A description of the model and the results of the Singapore experiments can be found in [ref 1].Representing Urban Culture Geography in Stability Operations concerns the representation of the civilian population in a conflict environment. This working group used a scenario developed for Pythagoras and a scenario developed for a prototype multi-agent system model of the civilian population to explore the response of the civilian population to insurgent, government and stability force actions in a counterinsurgency environment. The working group also examined potential measures of merit from recent work by an irregular warfare modeling and analysis working group
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