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The Counter Insurgency (COIN) Experiment was performed in March 2007 using a distributed network. It focused on simulating urban operations in Central Asia in 2015. A major goal of the experiment was to demonstrate the use of a complex Models and Simulation federation to train and evaluate...
This study provides a quantitative method for destabilizing clandestine network operations, by determining which critical members to remove or influence in order to impact operations.The quantitative value of criticality is established by three measures: (1) the members’ social connectedness...
Explosions in civil settings are becoming the daily news. While various explosive simulations and models have been developed for battlefield and industrial settings, much less has been done for civil settings and urban terrains.This paper presents the science of suicide bombing and explains the...
Models and simulations of counter-insurgency warfare and irregular (COIN) operations are only as effective as their underlying models of insurgent behavior. Existing simulations of insurgencies rely upon strong assumptions that may limit their validity, and thus their use in training for COIN...
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