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Generic M&S research at FOI

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Real time simulation as support for effect-based planning

FOI develops and evaluates modelling- and simulation-based decision support for the various planning processes that make up the planning part of an effect-based approach to operations. The focus is on the testing of operational plans and studying how modelling and simulation can be used in decision support tools to support the planning.

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M&S support for model-based capability development

The purpose of FOI’s activity in this field is to study how M&S (modelling and simulation) methods and techniques can be applied in the context of model-based development.

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Synthetic actors

“Synthetic actors” is the term used for computer-generated components that simulate behaviours. They reflect and represent sufficiently accurately the behaviour exhibited by real persons. These models may include physiological factors but are primarily focused on behaviours in complex systems that bring together decision makers, vehicle operators, military personnel and civilians.

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Environmental modelling

FOI is working on the cataloguing of needs and possibilities regarding the provision and use of 3D environmental models and geographic information for a range of defence applications and, on this basis, identifying problem areas judged to be of particular relevance to areas for continuing investment.

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Gaming for conflict management and war

Military gaming is used today in support of planning, training, exercising and studies. The gaming is conducted either as structured discussions with the participation of experts or as computer simulations, or possibly as a combination of these two in which computer-based models or other data sources are used in support of the experts’ assessments.

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