Team 6: Utility of Distillation Modeling for Countering IEDs
DeLange, Jon Paul
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This Team participated in an ongoing study to examine the utility of distillation modeling in the Counter-IED (Improvised Explosive Devices) fight. In September, as part of that study, an Agent-Based Modeling workshop examining hard questions in the Counter-IED battle identified a set of problems that can be addressed by agent-based models and related methods such as data farming. The questions covered C-IED needs in various categories including: insurgent network evolution and adaptation; red-teaming and technical gaming; C-IED initiative assessment; and recidivism. This team reviewed the output from the September workshop on agent-based modeling, extracted problems that can feasibly be addressed in a rapid prototyping process, and began to design a software experiment that will address a selected problem.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 7 Workshop 19
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