Team 4: Evaluation of Electro-optical Sensor Systems in Network Centric Operations using ABSEM 0.5
Seng, Choo Chwee
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During the last few years, on behalf of the Bundeswehr, the Bundeswehr Procurement Office, and the Bundeswehr Centre for Transformation, Cassidian (formerly EADS) has been working on the development of two agent-based simulation models: First, the model PAX, that concentrates on studying peace support operations and focuses on analyzing aggression emergence within civilian groups. Secondly, the model ABSEM, which is an agent-based model that concentrates on modeling complex technical systems with a detailed physical approach and thus allowing to analyze the combination of various sensor and effector systems in NCO.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 9 Workshop 21
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