Über den Autor
Hussein A. Abbass is the directory of the Artificial Life and Adaptive Robotics Laboratory at the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at the Australian Defense Force Academy campus of the University of New South Wales. Dr. Abbass is a Senior Member of the IEEE and has more than 15 years experience in industry and academia and more than a hundred fully referred papers in international journals and conferences. Daryl Essam is a lecturer at the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at the Australian Defense Force Academy, campus of the University of New South Wales, where he teaches in multiple areas of computer science. Currently his research focuses on new algorithms for genetic programming, in particular the sub-fields of grammars, diversity, probabilistic approaches and multi-objective optimization.
Chapter 1: All Hazards Analysis: A Complexity Perspective; Chapter 2: Small & Simple: Application-Specific Multi-Agent Systems; Chapter 3: How Hard is it to Red Team?; Chapter 4: Network Robustness for Critical Infrastructure Networks; Chapter 5: Distributed Intrusion Detection Systems; A Computational Intelligence Approach; Chapter 6: The Game of Defense and Security; Chapter 7: Realized Applications of Positioning Technologies in Defense Intelligence; Chapter 8: The Advancement of Positioning Technologies in Defense Intelligence; Chapter 9: Simulating Complexity-Based Ethics for Crucial Decision Making in Counter Terrorism.
A range of threats in the areas of safety and security, from natural disasters to terrorism to conventional warfare, involve complex interactions that are beyond the scope and capabilities of traditional problem solving techniques.