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Books Books 31 - 40 of about 48 related to 100 Decisive Battles: From Ancient Times to the Present.    

Planning for Long-term Security in Central Europe: Implications of the New ...

Paul K. Davis, Robert Dale Howe - Europe, Central - 1990 - 50 pages
The recent changes in Europe have transformed the strategic landscape and altered what can be accomplished with respect to security. This report proposes a framework of new ...
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Toward a Conceptual Framework for Operational Arms Control in Europe's ...

Paul K. Davis - Arms control - 1988 - 81 pages
This study sketches a military framework for conceiving and evaluating measures for operational arms control in Europe's central region--i.e., arms control affecting the ...
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The Rand Strategy Assessment Center: an overview and interim conclusions ...

Paul K. Davis, James A. Winnefeld, United States. Defense Nuclear Agency, Rand Corporation - Political Science - 1983 - 95 pages
The Rand Strategy Assessment Center (RSAC) is an ambitious multiyear effort to improve methods of strategy analysis by combining the best features of war gaming and analytic ...
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Concepts and Models of Escalation: A Report from the Rand Strategy ...

Paul K. Davis, Peter J. E. Stan - Political Science - 1984 - 91 pages
This study describes a conceptual decision model for treating escalation processes in the automated war gaming of the RAND Strategy Assessment Center. It also summarizes much ...
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Encyclopedia of warrior peoples and fighting groups

Paul K. Davis, Allen L. Hamilton - History - 1998 - 294 pages
Traces the origins and leadership of such combat forces and tribes as the Amazons, Texas Rangers, Kamikazes, Teutonic Knights, and Green Berets
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Modeling of Soft Factors in the Rand Strategy Assessment System (RSAS)

Paul K. Davis - War games - 1989 - 27 pages
Reflecting "soft factors" (defined as factors not yet reflected explicitly in analysis, and not yet well understood) has been a major goal since the RAND Strategy Assessment ...
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Aggregation, disaggregation, and the 3:1 rule in ground combat

Paul K. Davis, United States. Dept. of the Air Force, United States. Dept. of the Army, United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense, Arroyo Center, National Defense Research Institute (U.S.), Rand Corporation - History - 1995 - 34 pages
This report illustrates a number of basic principles about aggregation and disaggregation in combat modeling by working through the mathematics and phenomenology of a concrete ...
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