Research Summaries

Back COMBATXXI Behavior Development and Technical Support

Fiscal Year 2014
Division Research & Sponsored Programs
Department Modeling, Virtual Environments & Simuation Institute
Investigator(s) Balogh, Imre L.
Sponsor Marine Corps Combat Development Command (Marine Corps)
Summary The goal of this work is to help improve the representation of dynamic behaviors in combat models, specifically in COMBATXXI and to help analysts at the Marine Corps Combat Development Command make better use of this model in upcoming studies. The focus will be on building tools and mechanisms that will help build more realistic and robust scenarios to be used to support the upcoming ACV studies and to help in the development of specific behaviors. The outcome of this work will be improved methodologies to represent agent behavior both for friendly and threat forces. These results will also be used in MOVES courses and in MOVES student thesis work.
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