Behavioral Prediction from Cultural Measurement
Obtaining cultural measurements or analyses tends to be an intense, focused process, often providing a single cultural snapshot of the relevant population of interest. Population behavior, however, is extensible and malleable, adjusting to the culturally relevant events in real time. We present a robust framework designed to work independently of any specific cultural model, which can be utilized with both static and dynamic analyses. Following an initial training period, the framework can be implemented solely from the captured cultural characteristics. However, given continual updating using culturally cognizant, population-focused data, the framework can be used as a continual cultural model, adapting dynamically to the current cultural climate.
M. R. Gosnell and W. Noll, "Behavioral Prediction from Cultural Measurement," Proceedings of the 2009 Huntsville Simulation Conference (2009, Huntsville, AL), pp. 206-214, Society for Modeling & Simulation International, Oct 2010.
2009 Huntsville Simulation Conference, HSC 2009 (2009: Oct. 27-29, Huntsville, AL)
Keywords and Phrases
Behavior; Culture; Decision Support Systems; Prediction
International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
Article - Conference proceedings
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01 Oct 2010