New Course Annoucement: IEDs, OA 4910 Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) – Defeat the System (4-0)
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The course studies the improvised explosive device (IED) problem with special emphasis on its use by insurgents in Iraq. The course will discuss the use of IEDs as one tactic in an insurgency and the goals and strategy with respect to the use of IEDs. The focus of the course will be the use of models, analysis, and systems technology to defeat the IED system. The topics will include as (and only if) appropriate: dynamic display, statistical analysis, requirements analysis, war gaming, decision analysis, influence diagrams, social networks, game theory, and warfare modeling.
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