By Alexander Kott, William M. McEneaney
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Once the candidate actions were generated, EAMS generated the specific instance of a mission, which is then used by FSS to execute the mission. 2). What was surprising is that the passive commander caused more serious damage to the Blue force than the aggressive commander. ), which caused targeting problems for Blue force bombers. Finally, when Red did decide to attack, Blue aircraft were already turning around and disengaging and were thus caught in a disadvantageous firing position. The simulations above demonstrate that the AII model can support existing systems and simulation applications; descriptive elements of adversary composition can be properly classified allowing for the rapid assembly and modification of an adversary force (exploiting an ontology); and intent has great influence on the actions of an adversarial force, where soft factors such as the aggressive stance of an adversary force commander can alter adversary response and mission results.
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Two test scenarios were developed and simulated to highlight the notion that given the execution of a set of Blue missions, two adversarial commanders — differing only by their intent — will perform different sets of actions in response to the same set of Blue missions. In the experiment, one Axiom variable defined simply as “Behavior” was added into the rationale network in the AII model. It has three states: Aggressive, neutral, and passive. The three states of the variable “Behavior” simply reflect possible high, medium, and low levels of aggressiveness of Red.
Adversarial Reasoning: Computational Approaches to Reading the Opponents Mind by Alexander Kott, William M. McEneaney