From Agent-Oriented Models to Profile Driven Military Training Scenarios
We propose an approach for creating agent-based “man-in-the-loop” simulation scenarios for training military and paramilitary staff. The approach is based on psychological theories and enables to define small standalone simulation scenarios for a certain context. It considers several types of personality profiles. Each profile is represented as a combination of needs-based personality characteristics. The overall objective of this research is to achieve realistic “man-in-the-loop” military training scenarios where some roles are played by humans and some other roles by software agents.
KeywordsAgent-oriented modeling military trainings agent simulations
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