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Gijsbertse, K. (author), Linssen, L. (author), Woering, A. (author), Catoire, M. (author)
Background. Soldiers are required to conduct tasks and operations in physically demanding situations, where the ability to move (mobility) quickly is important to lethality and survivability. This study employed a specially designed suit to try to isolate the main mass property characteristics of personal protective clothing/equipment (PPCE)...
article 2021
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Gijsbertse, K. (author), Linssen, L. (author), Woering, A. (author), Catoire, M. (author)
TS24. LOAD EFFECTS ASSESSMENT PROGRAM (LEAP) – ASSESSING DISMOUNTED SOLDIER PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE
conference paper 2020
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Ubink, E. (author), Lotens, W. (author), Woering, A. (author)
NATO Task Group 128 identifies that behaviour in military simulations is often too mechanistic in nature. In this paper we will argue that behaviour in simulations can be improved if the two central aspects of behaviour modelling, i.e. action selection and performance modelling, are not addressed as separate issues, but as interacting instead....
conference paper 2010
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Verhagen, T. (author), Woering, A. (author), Ubink, E. (author), Knijnenburg, S. (author), de Jong, K. (author), van Helden, H. (author), TNO Defensie en Veiligheid (author)
article 2008
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TNO Defensie en Veiligheid (author), Ubink, E. (author), Aldershoff, F. (author), Lotens, W.A. (author), Woering, A. (author)
One of the major challenges in human behavior modeling for military applications is dealing with all factors that can influence behavior and performance. In a military context, behavior and performance are influenced by the task at hand, the internal (cognitive and physiological) and external (climate, terrain, threat, equipment, etc.) state....
conference paper 2003
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