Kevin A. Gluck and Michael J. Young
In recent years, there has been increasing awareness within the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) that the commercial sector and academia are not producing human behavior representation technologies that are sufficient to meet all of the Air Force’s modeling and simulation requirements. To address this shortfall, the Air Force Research Laboratory has increased its investment in this area through an initiative called the Agent-based Modeling and Behavioral Representation (AMBR) Project. One the primary goals of the AMBR Project is to advance the state of the art in cognitive and behavioral modeling.