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2008 International Conference on Cyberworlds
Situational Analysis with Analytical Support in Virtual Environment for Decision Making Process Under High-Risk and Crisis Conditions
September 22-September 24
ISBN: 978-0-7695-3381-0
Traditional situational analysis of a problem (conflict) is bound in its opportunities due to difficulties related with risk valuation and changing character of subjective probabilities of possible alternatives and reflection ranks of main actors. This paper focuses on the usage of multi role virtual games as a platform for the situational analysis. Particularly, it studies the opportunity to use Second Life virtual world as a universal base for modeling diverse complex, emergency and high-risk situations. The results of the "Hostage-rescue" test modeling experiment are discussed. Reconstruction of the real historical event "Operation Entebbe" (hostage-taking in a plane followed by a rescue mission, took place in 1976) and scenarios of emerging worst-case situation in a manned spacecraft are developed as a direction for further studies.
Index Terms:
situational analysis, second life, decision making, virtual environment, situational modeling
Citation:
Yuri Baturin, Evgeny Dzyabura, Pavel Izhutov, Stanislav Klimenko, Alexander Ksenofontov, Ilya Purtov, Sergey Senkin, Alexandra Verzun, "Situational Analysis with Analytical Support in Virtual Environment for Decision Making Process Under High-Risk and Crisis Conditions," cw, pp.837-842, 2008 International Conference on Cyberworlds, 2008
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