Team 9: Representing Urban Cultural Geography in Stability Operations (RUCG-SO)
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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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