Information operation/information warfare modeling and simulation
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Information Operations have always been a part of warfare. However, this aspect of warfare is having ever-greater importance as forces rely more and more on information as an enabler. Modern information systems make possible very rapid creation, distribution, and utilization of information. These same systems have vulnerabilities that can be exploited by enemy forces. Information force-on-force is important and complex. New tools and procedures are needed for this warfare arena. As these tools are developed, it will be necessary to provide education and training into their use. This project combines research to develop capabilities combined with concurrent development of instruciton materials. --Report Documentation Page.
NPS Report NumberNPS-IJWA-01-001
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