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Back Game Theory and Prescriptive Analytics for Naval Wargaming Battle Management Aids
|Division||Research & Sponsored Programs|
|Department||Naval Research Program|
Kendall, Walter A.
Miller, Scot A.
Green, John M.
Johnson, Bonnie W.
|Sponsor||NPS Naval Research Program (Navy)|
|Summary||The Navy is taking advantage of advances in computational technologies and data analytic methods to automate and enhance tactical decisions and support warfighters in highly complex combat environments. Novel automated techniques offer opportunities to support the tactical warfighter through enhanced situational awareness, automated reasoning and problem-solving, and faster decision timelines. This study will investigate how game theory and prescriptive analytics methods can be used to develop real-time wargaming capabilities to support warfighters in their ability to explore and evaluate the possible consequences of different tactical COAs to improve tactical missions. This study will develop a conceptual design of a real-time tactical wargaming capability. This study will explore data analytic methods including game theory, prescriptive analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI) to evaluate their potential to support real-time wargaming.|
|Keywords||Artificial Intelligence Game Theory Wargaming naval warfare|
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