Homeland Security, Organizations, and Perturbations

William F. Lawless

One of the problems with traditional computational models of reality is that information, I, is assumed to be mostly accessible for the asking, but theory and traditional models of organizations work very poorly and are ineffective. In contrast, we offer a physics model of uncertainty for oganizations which assumes that I is mostly inaccessible, and that organizations must be disturbed or attacked to gain I. We report on a study of this new model.

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