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Programming for Peace

Author: Robert Trappl
Publisher: [New York] : Springer, 2006.
Series: Advances in Group Decision and Negotiation.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

The new age hard- and software enables the development of conflict management databases with many variables, sometimes with automated updates, statistical analyses of a high complexity, elaborate  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Trappl
ISBN: 9781402043772 1402043775 9781402043901 1402043902
OCLC Number: 318296923
Contents: I.- I.- Conflict Resolution by Democracies and Dictatorships: Are Democracies Better in Resolving Conflicts?.- Trade Liberalization and Political Instability in Developing Countries.- Computer Assisted Early Warning - the FAST Example.- Country Indicators for Foreign Policy Developing an Indicators-Based User Friendly Risk Assessment and Early Warning Capability.- The Confman.2002 Data Set Developing Cases and Indices of Conflict Management to Predict Conflict Resolution.- II.- II.- Events, Patterns, and Analysis Forecasting International Conflict in the Twenty-First Century.- Forecasting Conflict in the Balkans using Hidden Markov Models.- Neural Computation for International Conflict Management.- Modeling International Negotiation Statistical and Machine Learning Approaches.- Machine Learning Methods for Better Understanding, Resolving, and Preventing International Conflicts.- III.- III.- New Methods for Conflict Data.- Information, Power, and War.- Modeling Effects of Emotion and Personality on Political Decision-Making.- Peacemaker 2020 A System for Global Conflict Analysis and Resolution; A Work of Fiction and A Research Challenge.
Series Title: Advances in Group Decision and Negotiation.
Responsibility: Robert Trappl.


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