Gregory Scott Reed

Gregory Scott Reed
University of Alabama in Huntsville | UAH

PhD

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This chapter describes the overall Certified Modeling and Simulation Professional (CMSP) certification and then explains in some detail the examination that is part of the certification requirements. It provides an overview of the CMSP certification, describing its intent, requirements, governance, and history. To achieve CMSP certification, a cand...
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When comparing alternative courses of action, modern military decision makers often must consider both the military effectiveness and the ethical consequences of the available alternatives. The basis, design, calibration, and performance of a principles-based computational model of ethical considerations in military decision making are reported in...
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Military planners must consider the undesirable secondary effects of military operations, such as civilian casualties, physical infrastructure damage, and societal disruption. A quantitative model that can be used to evaluate and compare the intentional harm, or “evil,” caused by alternative courses of action (COAs) would be useful to military plan...
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One recent priority of the U.S. government is developing autonomous robotic systems. The U.S. Army has funded research to design a metric of evil to support military commanders with ethical decision-making and, in the future, allow robotic military systems to make autonomous ethical judgments. We use this particular project as a case study for effo...
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In this paper we outline statistical methods used to analyze the behavior signatures that are hidden deep within data on terrorist attacks. These methods have the potential to allow military commanders to identify trends in attacks and to make informed decisions about how best to prevent future attacks. While this work focuses primarily on terroris...