Agent-Based Modeling for Low-cost Counter-UAS Protocol in Prisons is a paper that proposes a method to test Counter-UAS policies and techniques without violating Federal laws and regulations.  Agent-based modeling could be used to provide data for policy decisions, validate security procedures of a fixed site, and test or refine security policies.  The data could provide insight for future legislation to expand Counter-UAS authorities.

Publication Date- 2020

Agent-Based Modeling for Low-cost Counter-UAS Protocol in Prisons contains the following major sections:

  • Introduction
  • Literature Review
  • Method
  • Results and Analysis
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion

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Authors- Travis L. Cline and J. Eric Dietz

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