Stanislaw Raczynski (2004)
Simulation of The Dynamic Interactions Between Terror and Anti-Terror Organizational Structures
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation
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Received: 12-Dec-2003 Accepted: 17-Mar-2004 Published: 31-Mar-2004
|Figure 1. Graphical symbols|
|Figure 2. A screen shot of an early stage in the model run|
|Figure 3. Destroying a terrorist organization. Bold lines show links being destroyed|
|Figure 4. Average and confidence intervals for the number of active terrorists. Terrorist-supporting structure enabled|
|Figure 5. Average and confidence intervals for the number of active terrorists. Terrorist-supporting structure disabled|
|Figure 6. 3D image of the probability density function for terrorist acts. Terrorist-supporting structure enabled|
|Figure 7. Average and confidence intervals for the number of terrorist acts. Terrorist-supporting structure enabled|
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