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Title: Developing a simulation for border safeguarding
Authors: Van Rooyen, S
Leenen, L
Keywords: Border safeguarding
Agent based simulator
Agent based modelling
Military
Police
Air defence
Border safeguarding
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Citation: Van Rooyen, S and Leenen, L. 2011. Developing a simulation for border safeguarding. South African Joint Air Defence Symposium 2011, CSIR Conference Centre, Pretoria, 27-28 September 2011
Series/Report no.: Workflow request;7357
Abstract: Border safeguarding is the defence of territorial integrity and sovereignty, and this is a joint responsibility of the military and the police. Military doctrine for conventional warfare is not sufficient for Border Safeguarding operations due to the nature of the adversaries and their activities. A perfect arena to play out Border safeguarding scenarios is a simulation environment. This paper discusses a project to develop an agent-based simulator supported by intelligent threat behaviour algorithms. Threats in the Border safeguarding context evade blue forces, hide out of line of sight, and travel at night and off main roads. The authors motivate the use of Agent Based Modelling and Constraint Programming techniques to support scenarios where new rules of engagement for Border safeguarding can be tested
Description: South African Joint Air Defence Symposium 2011, CSIR Conference Centre, Pretoria, 27-28 September 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5226
ISBN: 9780798855959
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