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Martin C. Libicki, Cyberdeterrence and cyberwar, Rand corporation

Print this entry | Print this pageRand_cyberdeterence.pdf <Abstract> The research described in this report was sponsored by the United States Air Force under Contract FA7014-06-C-0001. Further information may be obtained from the Strategic Planning Division, Directorate of Plans, Hq USAF. </Abstract> <Sommaire> <Chapitre 1>Introduction</Chapitre 1> <Chapitre 2>A Conceptual Framework</Chapitre 2> <Chapitre 3>Why Cyberdeterrence Is Different</Chapitre […]

David Chavalarias, Métadynamiques en Cognition Sociale, Quelle définition de meilleur est la meilleure ?, thèse

Print this entry | Print this pageChavalarias2004MetadynamiquesEnCognitionSociales.pdf <Abstract> Lorsque l’on observe le règne animal dans sa diversité, une chose est particulièrement frappante. Alors que la grande majorité des espèces vivent au sein de groupes relativement restreints, les espèces capables de s’organiser en grands groupes sociaux - dépassant les centaines de milliers voire les millions d’individus […]

Définitions: Théorie des jeux

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Thomas C. Schelling, the strategy of conflict, Harvard

Print this entry | Print this page <Abstract> "Professor Schelling's work opens to rational analysis a crucial field of politics, the international politics of threat, or as the current term goes, of deterrence." </Abstract> <Sommaire> <Part 1>Elements of a theory of Strategy</Part 1> <Chapter 1>The retarded science of International Strategy</Chapter 1> <Chapter 2> An essay […]

Robert Axelrod, the complexity of cooperation, Princeton

Print this entry | Print this page <Abstract> "The complexity of cooperation is exciting because it seeks to model how changes in the identities of populations of actors could take place. (..) This book is not merely important; it's fun." </Abstract> <Sommaire> <Introduction/> <Part 1>Evolving New Strategies</Part 1> <Part 2>Coping with Noise</Part 2> <Part 3>Promoting […]