Simulation based learning to educate capability analysts

Simulation generally refers to the act of reproducing and analysing behaviour of a system using an abstracted representation of the system or in other words a model. Simulations are commonly used to study behaviour of many real-world complex systems including natural as well as man-made or engineered systems. Simulation based learning refers to a training or education approach that uses simulation to teach targeted concepts through interaction with the computer implemented, or other types of simulation, models of real-world systems. This project will focus on research and development of computational simulation based learning environments with a focus to train and educate future as well as present capability analysts on the complexity involved in capability decisions and their impacts on the organisational future.

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