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Rand Strategy Assessment Center and the future of simulation and gaming
David A. Shlapak
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Bruce W. Bennett is an adjunct international/defense researcher at the RAND Corporation. He works primarily on research topics such as strategy, force planning, and counterproliferation within the RAND International Security and Defense Policy Center and the RAND Arroyo Strategy, Doctrine, and Resources Program. Rand's Strategy Assessment Center (RSAC) is developing an operational prototype system for automated war gaming under a multiyear DoD contract. A major milestone in that work is the completion of an overall software design consistent with the ambitious RSAC concepts developed earlier.' This briefing book gives an overview of the RSAC's.
In Assessment Center Strategy and Tactics, Deputy Chief Michael A. Terpak provides a comprehensive approach to the assessment process. He includes step-by-step test preparation, scoring strategies, and test-taking tips as well as study cues for exercises that involve structure fires, hazardous material incidents, structural collapse, and beyond. Get this from a library! Applying artificial intelligence techniques to strategic-level gaming and simulation. [Paul K Davis; Rand Corporation.] -- "This paper describes a large-scale program melding rule-based modeling and traditional simulation in the problem domain of game-structured military strategic analysis in the RAND Strategy Assessment.
Assessment Strategies in Simulation Games1 The use of simulation games in Higher Education has increased markedly in recent years, as part of a wider process of engaging with active learning techniques. This has been driven by advances in pedagogical research, student demand and increasing institutional imperatives to deliver innovative learning. RAND STRATEGY ASSESSMENT SYSTEM (RSAS')-.!3 ABSTRACT (Continue on reverse if necessary and identify by block number) Report describes The RAND Strategy Assessment System (RSAS) installation at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). The RSAS attempts to combine the best features of political-military gaming and analytic modeling.
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The RAND Strategy Assessment Center and the future of simulation and gaming, Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND Corporation, P, The RAND Strategy Assessment Center (RSAC) is an ambitious multiyear effort to improve methods of strategy analysis by combining the best features of war gaming and analytic by: 8.
It describes the RAND Strategy Assessment Center's (RSAC) game-structured interactive simulation system in which functions of the traditional "Red," "Blue," and "Control" teams can be taken over partially or completely by automated decision models. The RAND Strategy Assessment Center and the future of simulation and gaming.
This paper was originally presented at a meeting of the Section for Military Studies of the International Studies Association at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana on November 9, It describes the RAND Strategy Assessment Center's (R.
The RAND Strategy Assessment System (RSAS), an integrated collection of models and other information systems, allows users to engage in strategic analysis — the combination of subtle, non-quantitative aspects of human war gaming with analytic by: 2.
The RAND Strategy Assessment System's Green Agent Model of Third-Country Behavior in Superpower Crises and Conflict The RAND Strategy Assessment Center and the future of simulation and gaming The RAND Strategy Assessment Center: An Overview and Interim Conclusions about Utility and Development Options.
The RAND Strategy Assessment Center (RSAC) is an ambitious multiyear effort to improve methods of strategy analysis by combining the best features of war gaming. describes simulation and gaming experiments The RAND Strategy Assessment Center Q) RAND le'_ 6 Is oAPPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION UNLIMITED-iii -PREFACE.
This Note describes Rand's approach in developing and applying a new generation of analytic tools to remedy this problem--the RAND Strategy Assessment System (RSAS). This note contains the text of an oral presentation delivered to the third 'Thinking Red in War Games' workshop held in June It describes some of the lessons learned from developing.
Reflecting soft factors has been a major objective since the early design of the RAND Strategy Assessment System (RSAS) in This paper discusses how.
in the advent of the Rand Strategy Assessment System (RSAS), a new strategic analysis tool which brings automated analysis and war gaming to the forefront of long-range strategic planning. The Center for Gaming promotes the use of games in research to improve decision-making across a wide range of policy areas.
The Center supports the innovative application of gaming, the development of new gaming tools and techniques, and the evolution of existing forms and methods. The RAND Strategy Assessment Center was first conceived in with the goal of developing “new methods for strategic analysis that combine the best features or war gaming and analytical modeling.” Work began in April The initial request for the center came from the Department of Defense while the funding was provided by the Defense Nuclear Agency.
Full text of "The RAND Strategy Assessment System at the Naval Postgraduate School" See other formats NPS NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL Monterey, California THE RAND STRATEGY ASSESSMENT SYSTEM AT THE NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL by JAMES JOHN TRITTEN // AND RALPH NORMAN CHANNELL JUNE Approved for public release; distribution.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. This article examines the state of assessment in simulation and gaming over the past 40 years.
While assessment has come slowly to many disciplines, members of the simulation and gaming community have been assessing the educational effectiveness of their experiential activities for years, in part because of skepticism from more traditional quarters that gaming and simulation are appropriate.
Get this from a library. RSAS summary. [Bruce W Bennett; Daniel B Fox; United States. Department of Defense.
Director of Net Assessment.; Rand Strategy Assessment Center.] -- The RAND Strategy Assessment System (RSAS) is a global war gaming and analysis system that focuses on conflict, from major regional contingencies through strategic warfare.
About this journal. For more than five decades, Simulation & Gaming (S&G): An International Journal of Theory, Practice and Research has served as a leading international forum for the exploration and development of simulation/gaming methodologies used in education, training, consultation, and hed bi-monthly, S&G appraises academic and applied issues.
Simulation & Gaming | Simulation & Gaming publishes theoretical and empirical papers related to man, man-machine and machine simulations of social processes. The journal features theoretical.
Summary: "The RAND Strategy Assessment Center (RSAC) is an ambitious multiyear effort to improve methods of strategy analysis by combining the best features of war gaming and analytic modeling.Developing a virtual assessment center.
simulation is a proof of concept for the VAC, especially in its taking advantage of big data for individual and team assessment. Suggestions for future.The Rand Strategy Assessment Center (RSAC) is a highly ambitious, multiyear research program to develop a system and methodology combining the systematic reproducibility of analytic modeling/simulation with the contextual and behavioral richness of war gaming.
The system integrates an adaptive simulation model of precombat and combat operations.