SIMULATING WAR

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Simulating War

Author : Philip Sabin
ISBN : 9781441185587
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 41.30 MB
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Category: Technology & Engineering

Hearings

Author : United States. Congress. House
ISBN : UOM:35112104227600
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Simulating The Fog Of War

Author : John K. Setear
ISBN : STANFORD:36105118956940
Genre : Military art and science
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" For wargaming, or the simulation of war, to be realistic, it should allow the player to react to the uncertainties, or the "fog" of war. This paper, which originally appeared in Fire and Movement, No. 58, Oct./Nov. 1988, evaluates board games for their inclusion of uncertainties about the enemy, the environment, the use of friendly forces, and the underlying laws of war. In addition, the author discusses how to modify the paradigmatic commercial wargame to include fog-of-war elements, modifications that may be applicable to some of the human-oriented games used in the defense analytic community."--Rand abstracts.
Category: Military art and science

Military Review

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105214545860
Genre : Military art and science
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Category: Military art and science

U S S Saratoga

Author : Barbara Stahura
ISBN : 9781563118555
Genre : History
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Category: History

Cities At War In Early Modern Europe

Author : Martha Pollak
ISBN : 9780521113441
Genre : Architecture
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Martha Pollak offers a pan-European, richly illustrated study of early modern military urbanism, an international style of urban design.
Category: Architecture

Business And Competitive Analysis

Author : Craig S. Fleisher
ISBN : 9780133101003
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 71.46 MB
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Meet any business or competitive analysis challenge: deliver actionable business insights and on-point recommendations that enterprise decision makers can’t and won’t ignore! All you need is one book: Business and Competitive Analysis, Second Edition . This generation’s definitive guide to business and competitive analysis has now been thoroughly updated with additional methods, applications and examples. Craig S. Fleisher and Babette E. Bensoussan begin with a practical primer on the process and context of business and competitive analysis: how it works, how to avoid pitfalls, and how to communicate results. Next, they introduce their unique FAROUT method for choosing the right tools for each assignment. The authors then present dozens of today’s most valuable analysis methods. They cover “classic” techniques, such as McKinsey 7S and industry analysis, as well as emerging techniques from multiple disciplines: economics, corporate finance, sociology, anthropology, and the intelligence and futurist communities. You’ll find full chapters outlining effective analysis processes; avoiding pitfalls; communicating results; as well as drill-downs on analyzing industries, competitive positioning, business models, supply chains, strategic relationships, corporate reputation, critical success factors, driving forces, technology change, cash flow, and much more. For every method, Fleisher and Bensoussan present clear descriptions, background context, strategic rationales, strengths, weaknesses, step-by-step instructions, and references. The result is a book every analyst, strategist, and manager can rely on – in any industry, for any challenge.
Category: Business & Economics

Wargames

Author : Martin van Creveld
ISBN : 9781107355637
Genre : Political Science
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Where did wargames come from? Who participated in them, and why? How is their development related to changes in real-life warfare? Which aspects of war did they capture, which ones did they leave out, how, and why? What do they tell us about the conduct of war in the times and places where they were played? How useful are they in training and preparation for war? Why are some so much more popular than others, and how do men and women differ in their interest? Starting with the combat of David versus Goliath, passing through the gladiatorial games, tournaments, trials by battle, duels, and board games such as chess, all the way to the latest simulations and computer games, this unique book traces the subject in all its splendid richness. As it does so, it provides new and occasionally surprising insights into human nature.
Category: Political Science