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In this paper we present a simple testbed for experimenting with C4ISR architectures (based on a " SCUD hunt " scenario), the FINC methodology for analysing C4ISR architectures, and some experimental results. The testbed allows us to explore different organisational architectures under a range of conditions. The FINC (Force, Intelligence, Networking and C2)(More)
EXTENDED ABSTRACT In this paper, we describe a new agent-based simulation system for studying the impact of network topology on military combat performance. Since the timescales of message transfer and agent movement can differ significantly, the simulation is event-based rather than time-step. Figure (i) shows a snapshot of the simulation in operation. The(More)
In the modern world, many activities require cross-cultural cooperation. Business conglomerates and military coalitions involve contributions from different countries. Partnerships between government and industry are also increasingly important. In this work, we use agent-based modelling to study cooperation between entities from different cultures. We(More)
In this paper we reexamine the FINC (Force, Intelligence, Networking and C2) methodology for analysing C4ISR architectures, studying its applicability to hierarchical organisational structures in the Land environment. For this study we utilise a search-and-manoeuvre experimental scenario, implemented using an agent-based simulation written in Java. The FINC(More)