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CORES - Complex Organizational Reasoning System

Michael Kowalchuck, Siddhartha Singh, Kathleen M. Carley

September 2004

Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems
CASOS Technical Report

Keywords: Organization, computer simulation, organizational model, decision making model, CORES

In Operations Other Than War (OOTW), there is a need for intelligence analysts and military planners to anticipate the actions and responses of complex networked organizations such as terrorist groups, nation-states and key actors (such a high-level leaders). The Complex Organizational Reasoning System (CORES) is a multi-agent network simulation model that uses organizational, social, political and economic dynamics to generate predictions of the likely actions and responses of these actors when involved in an adversarial context.

63 pages

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