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Evolutionary computation methods for synchronization of effects based operations

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Evolutionary computation methods for synchronization of effects based operations
Effects based operations (EBO) is a concept based on the premise that a desired strategic outcome can be achieved through synergistic, multiplicative, and cumulative application of the full range of military and nonmilitary capabilities. Such synergism requires synchronizing a large set of operations in order to achieve a set of effects. The synchronizer develops a set of alternative plans by solving a multi-objective optimization problem subject to several constraints. The EBO synchronization problem is also dynamic since planning is a continuous activity in a dynamically changing environment. In this paper, we describe the operational concept for EBO synchronization, the requirements for algorithms to perform synchronization, and some algorithmic steps toward constructing a synchronizer. Categories and Subject Descriptors: I.2.8 [Artificial Intelligence]: Problem Solving, Control Methods, and Search – Plan execution, formation, and generation General Terms: Algorithms
Jeffrey P. Ridder
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where GECCO
Authors Jeffrey P. Ridder
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