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Behavioral modeling and simulation; from individuals to societies.


Behavioral modeling and simulation; from individuals to societies.

Ed. by Greg L. Zacharias et al.

National Academies Press


403 pages




Editors in cognitive systems engineering, human-machine interaction, and behavioral science (and associated with MIT, Harvard, and Johns Hopkins U.) present this report from the National Research Council on human behavioral modeling particularly for military goals, commissioned by US Air Force. The contributors bring together the best of the literature reviewed to discuss topics that include: how organizational modeling can help military missions, verbal, conceptual, and cultural models; meso-, macro- and micro-level formal models, and modeling through games.

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