Quantitative Intelligence Analysis describes the model-based method of intelligence analysis that represents the analystas mental models of a subject, as well as the analystas reasoning process exposing what the analyst believes about the subject, and how they arrived at those beliefs and converged on analytic judgments. It includes: Specific methods of explicitly representing the analystas mental models as computational models; Dynamic simulations and interactive analytic games; The structure of an analystas mental model and the theoretical basis for capturing and representing the tacit knowledge of these models explicitly as computational models detailed description of the use of these models in rigorous, structured analysis of difficult targets; Model illustrations and simulation descriptions; The role of models in support of collection and operations; Case studies that illustrate a wide range of intelligence problems; And a recommended curriculum for technical analysts.Also see Law, A. M., Simulation Modeling and Analysis 4th edition (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007). An excellent resource on Validation is the DoD guide, aA Practitionera#39;s Perspective on Simulation Validationa RPG Recommended ... Reference Document, August 15, 2001, accessed June 20, 2012 at http://vva. msco.mil/Ref_Docs/Val_Lawref/Val-LawRef-pr.pdf. ... 3, (2004) 310a24; Smith, M. A. aChoice Modeling of Bombing Attack Site Selection, a Mastera#39;s Thesis, Dept. of Systems andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Quantitative Intelligence Analysis|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2014-10-16|