A Domain Independent Framework for Developing Knowledge Based Computer Generated Forces

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A Design Methodology for Domain Independent Computer Generated Forces David A. Van Veldhuizen and Larry J Hutson Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Air Force Institute of Technology Wright-Patterson AFB, OH {dvanveld, lhutson}@ Abstract The "synthetic battlespace", used by the military as BibTeX @INPROCEEDINGS{Veldhuizen96adesign, author = {David A.

Van Veldhuizen and Larry J Hutson}, title = {A Design Methodology for Domain Independent Computer Generated Forces}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the Eighth Midwest Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science Conference.

}, year = {}, pages = {}}?doi= For instance, in order to book a ticket, the dialog manager would select the next system prompt taking into account the response of the AM, which can be either providing the response generated in the first phase (e.g., when the dialog manager selects the confirmation of an attribute, to ask the user for additional information, or to finish the   SIMULATION OF AGENT TEAMS: APPLICATION OF A DOMAIN-INDEPENDENT FRAMEWORK TO COMPUTER NETWORK SECURITY Igor Kotenko Computer Security Research Group St.

Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automat 14th Liniya, St. Petersburg,Russia E-mail: [email protected] KEYWORDS Agent-based Simulation, Intelligent Agent Teams, CD.

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