Candra Meirina

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The patrolling problem considered in this paper has the following characteristics: Patrol units conduct preventive patrolling and respond to call-for-service. The patrol locations (nodes) have different priorities, and varying incident rates. We design a patrolling scheme such that the locations are visited based on their importance and incident rates. The(More)
—In Parts I and II of this paper, we presented a three-phase iterative optimization process to design normative organizations. Such organizations are mission-based in that they are organized to perform a given task and then are dissolved. The objectives of the present paper are to 1) define and classify the processes of strategy and structural adaptation in(More)
The objectives of this paper are to: (i) define and classify the process of strategy and structural adaptation of organizations to mission and environmental changes; (ii) apply our modified design methodology to construct robust and adaptive organizations; and (iii) analyze the effects of changes in mission and organizational parameters on the(More)
In this paper, we present techniques for modeling the decision-making processes of a team of synthetic agents operating in task selection and resource allocation settings within the third generation distributed dynamic decision-making (DDD-III) paradigm. The DDD-III simulator provides a controllable, multi-player, multi-platform organizational environment.(More)
  • Katrina See, Shawn A.Weil, +10 authors Gerald Malecki
  • 2005
The United States Navy is undergoing a rapid transformation in the operations it conducts – the types of enemies it faces, the resources it has to draw upon, the capabilities it can deliver, the manner in which it coordinates with other branches of the armed services, and the organizational structures it uses to bring those new resources and capabilities to(More)