Agent-model validation based on historical data

@article{Champagne2007AgentmodelVB,
  title={Agent-model validation based on historical data},
  author={Lance E. Champagne and Raymond R. Hill},
  journal={2007 Winter Simulation Conference},
  year={2007},
  pages={1223-1231}
}
Combat, unlike many real-world processes, tends to be singular in nature. That is, there are not multiple occurrences from which to hypothesize a probability distribution model of the real-world system. Mission-level models may offer more flexibility on some measures due to their extended time frame. Additionally, the parameters involved in the mission-level model may be unchanged for significant stretches of the total simulation time. In these cases, time periods may be devised so that the… CONTINUE READING

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