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Author Ilachinski, Andrew.
Title Artificial war : multiagent-based simulation of combat / Andrew Ilachinski.
Publication Info Singapore ; London : World Scientific, c2004.


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 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  U21.7 .I43 2004  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Descript xxxiii, 747 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Brief history of CNA's complexity & combat research project -- 1.2. Background and motivations -- 1.3. Models & simulations : a heuristic discussion -- 1.4. Combat simulation -- 1.5. Multiagent-based models and simulations -- 1.6. EINSTein as an exemplar of more general models of complex adaptive systems -- 1.7. Goals & payoffs for developing EINSTein -- 1.8. Toward an axiological ontology of complex systems -- Ch. 2. Nonlinear dynamics, deterministic chaos and complex adaptive systems : a primer -- 2.1. Nonlinear dynamics and chaos -- 2.2. Complex adaptive systems -- Ch. 3. Nonlinearity, complexity, and warfare : eight tiers of applicability -- 3.1. Approach.
ISBN 9789812388346
9812388346
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Author Ilachinski, Andrew.
Subject War -- Mathematical models.
War -- Computer simulation.
Descript xxxiii, 747 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Brief history of CNA's complexity & combat research project -- 1.2. Background and motivations -- 1.3. Models & simulations : a heuristic discussion -- 1.4. Combat simulation -- 1.5. Multiagent-based models and simulations -- 1.6. EINSTein as an exemplar of more general models of complex adaptive systems -- 1.7. Goals & payoffs for developing EINSTein -- 1.8. Toward an axiological ontology of complex systems -- Ch. 2. Nonlinear dynamics, deterministic chaos and complex adaptive systems : a primer -- 2.1. Nonlinear dynamics and chaos -- 2.2. Complex adaptive systems -- Ch. 3. Nonlinearity, complexity, and warfare : eight tiers of applicability -- 3.1. Approach.
ISBN 9789812388346
9812388346
Author Ilachinski, Andrew.
Subject War -- Mathematical models.
War -- Computer simulation.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  U21.7 .I43 2004  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject War -- Mathematical models.
War -- Computer simulation.
Descript xxxiii, 747 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Brief history of CNA's complexity & combat research project -- 1.2. Background and motivations -- 1.3. Models & simulations : a heuristic discussion -- 1.4. Combat simulation -- 1.5. Multiagent-based models and simulations -- 1.6. EINSTein as an exemplar of more general models of complex adaptive systems -- 1.7. Goals & payoffs for developing EINSTein -- 1.8. Toward an axiological ontology of complex systems -- Ch. 2. Nonlinear dynamics, deterministic chaos and complex adaptive systems : a primer -- 2.1. Nonlinear dynamics and chaos -- 2.2. Complex adaptive systems -- Ch. 3. Nonlinearity, complexity, and warfare : eight tiers of applicability -- 3.1. Approach.
ISBN 9789812388346
9812388346

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