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Using Dupuys 'Numbers and predictions in war'

Many years ago a friend of me, Niklas Zetterling, developed a general division scale ww2 battle system inspired by Dupuys 'Numbers and pred…

Started by Robert Mårtensson

9 Nov 20, 2011
Reply by David J. Conklin

Professional Wargaming Newsletter

There is an effort afoot to create a professional wargame society among those who work in the field professionally. Part of the strategy is…

Started by Jon Compton

13 Aug 14, 2009
Reply by Lee Straw

Gaming and Simulating Ethno-Political Conflicts

Don Chappell made a comment regarding my oft-expressed skepticism regarding OA applications on so-called "soft factors." Attached is a rath…

Started by Eric Walters

6 Sep 15, 2008
Reply by Brian Train

Operations Analysis in Game Play

Admit it, this is really what you want from this particular group. Give me "the formula" that will allow me to stomp on my opponent in the…

Started by Eric Walters

4 Aug 25, 2008
Reply by Defense Linguistics

Exploring the Importance of Information Superiority for the Decisionmaker--NPS Thesis

One of my former minions just got done with his Ops Research master's degree out at Naval Postgraduate School and I thought I'd share his w…

Started by Eric Walters

2 Aug 21, 2008
Reply by Jon Compton

Clausewitzian Friction in FOR THE PEOPLE

A few months ago, on ConSimWorld’s For The People discussion board, Taylor Golding posed the following question to me. My answer may be of…

Started by Don Chappell

6 Jul 8, 2008
Reply by Jon Compton

Operations Analysis in Game Design

It is useful to understand some of the parameters, algorithms, assumptions, and approaches in wargame design. Occasionally game designers w…

Started by Eric Walters

51 Jun 6, 2008
Reply by Jon Compton

Vision for our Consim - OA Group

At least for the moment..., until there is a better choice, or at least a consensus choice, I've selected Paddy Blackett for the group's Ic…

Started by Don Chappell

13 Apr 22, 2008
Reply by Don Lazov

Sabin's LOST BATTLES Book: Using gaming and OA techniques to solve ancient mysteries

For those that play Ancient Warfare games, there won't be much that's new in this book other than in seeing what Sabin does with his model…

Started by Eric Walters

0 Apr 13, 2008

Using OA in Real life ?

I've long been interested in Analysis of many kinds, and a private passion for history and military. But I graduated from the Cybernetics f…

Started by Mircea Pauca

0 Mar 26, 2008

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