Charles River Analytics, a developer of intelligent system solutions, presented approaches to modeling and simulation (M&S) at the 21st Behavior Representation in Modeling & Simulation (BRIMS) conference, which took place from March 12-15, 2012, in Amelia Island, Florida. BRIMS brings together scientists, engineers, and other members of the modeling and simulation community to share research and technology.
Mr. Eli Stickgold and Mr. Sean Guarino presented Model Decomposition for Reprogrammable Adversaries to describe how Charles River extended its agent-based modeling framework with a modular modeling approach. This approach decomposes adversary models into small model elements that can be easily replaced or modified as tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) change.
Mr. Robert Stark and Mr. Arthur Wollocko presented Modeling Resilient Submarine Decision Making, which describes a novel agent-based approach in the context of submarine decision making. This approach addresses challenges encountered when using computation models and introduces a greater degree of resilience.