Team 6: Applying Social Network Analysis to Data Farming of Agent-Based Models
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Team 6 continues to participate in an ongoing study to examine the utility of distillation modeling in the Counter-IED (Improvised Explosive Devices) fight. Understanding social networks, their nature in insurgencies and IED networks, and how to impact them, is important to the Counter-IED battle. Team 6 is exploring methods of extracting, analyzing, and visualizing dynamic social networks that are inherent in agent-based models in order to build tools to examine and manipulate insurgencies. We are starting with basic clique creation scenarios as the initial basis of our investigations and are examining the types of network statistics that can be used as MOEs and pointers to unique and emergent behaviors of interest.
from Scythe : Proceedings and Bulletin of the International Data Farming Community, Issue 8 Workshop 20
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