A modeling and simulation of course of action (COA) consequences in stability and support operations

Agostino Bruzzone, Faisal Momen, Stefano Saetta, Jerzy W Rozenblit

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Abstract

Although operations that do not include conventional warfare are not new to the military, an increasing share of military operations requires both stability and support functions. The military defines the purpose of stability operations as: "to promote and sustain regional and global stability" and the primary role of stability operations is "to meet the immediate needs of designated groups, for a limited time, until civil authorities can accomplish these tasks without military assistance." Other major functions may include keeping armed conflicts contained and quieting domestic disturbances. This paper demonstrates the interoperability of two model-based frameworks for computer generated solutions that provide multi-sided operational evolution (coevolution) for stability and support operations (SASO): the Sheharazade SASO environment which employs a co-evolutionary genetic algorithm in modeling the dynamics of the complex multi-sided simulation for generating COAs, and the PIOVRA project (Poly-functional Intelligent Agents for Computer Generated Forces) which affords the ability to model movements and attrition in areas affected by civil disorder.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007
Pages338-343
Number of pages6
StatePublished - 2007
EventSISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007 - Genoa, Italy
Duration: Jun 18 2007Jun 20 2007

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OtherSISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007
CountryItaly
CityGenoa
Period6/18/076/20/07

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Modeling and Simulation
Military
Military operations
Computer Generated Forces
Attrition
Support Function
Intelligent agents
Coevolution
Intelligent Agents
Global Stability
Interoperability
Evolutionary algorithms
Evolutionary Algorithms
Disorder
Disturbance
Genetic algorithms
Genetic Algorithm
Model-based
Modeling
Demonstrate

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  • Modeling and Simulation

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Bruzzone, A., Momen, F., Saetta, S., & Rozenblit, J. W. (2007). A modeling and simulation of course of action (COA) consequences in stability and support operations. In SISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007 (pp. 338-343)

A modeling and simulation of course of action (COA) consequences in stability and support operations. / Bruzzone, Agostino; Momen, Faisal; Saetta, Stefano; Rozenblit, Jerzy W.

SISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007. 2007. p. 338-343.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Bruzzone, A, Momen, F, Saetta, S & Rozenblit, JW 2007, A modeling and simulation of course of action (COA) consequences in stability and support operations. in SISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007. pp. 338-343, SISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007, Genoa, Italy, 6/18/07.
Bruzzone A, Momen F, Saetta S, Rozenblit JW. A modeling and simulation of course of action (COA) consequences in stability and support operations. In SISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007. 2007. p. 338-343
Bruzzone, Agostino ; Momen, Faisal ; Saetta, Stefano ; Rozenblit, Jerzy W. / A modeling and simulation of course of action (COA) consequences in stability and support operations. SISO European Simulation Interoperability Workshop 2007, EURO SIW 2007. 2007. pp. 338-343
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