Artificial war multiagent based simulation of combat artificial war military conflicts particularly land combat possess thecharacteristics of complex adaptive systems combat forces. Nonetheless most modern state of the art military simulations ignore the self organizing properties of combat this book summarizes the results of a multiyear research effort aimed at exploring the applicability of complex adaptive systems theory to the study of warfare and introduces a sophisticated multiagent based simulation of combat called einstein. Nonetheless most modern state of the art military simulations ignore the self organizing properties of combatthis book summarizes the results of a multiyear research effort aimed at exploring. Artificial life techniques specifically multiagent based models coupled with evolutionary learning algorithms provide a powerful new approach to understanding the fundamental processes of war the book introduces an artificial life model of combat called einstein recently developed at the center for naval analyses usa by the author einstein is one of the first systematic attempts to simulate combat on a small to medium scale by using autonomous agents to model individual behaviors
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