Securboration, Inc.

MASM

The US Government is developing a metrics tool though the Monitoring Progress in Conflict Environments (MPICE) project. MPICE has made significant gains in the area of identifying metrics to assess and understand progress towards stability of a nation-state by structuring stability indicators into five different ‘pillars’ and classifying events from a wide range of data sets accordingly. Securboration has teamed with Dr. Eugene Santos from Dartmouth University and Dr. Eunice Santos from Virginia Tech to develop the MPICE Analytical Stability Model (MASM). The pioneering advancements by these professors in computational social sciences, coupled with Securboration’s depth of expertise in socio-cultural modeling, effects-based operations, and information fusion enable our team to supplement MPICE with 1) ‘social-well being’ indicators, 2) a coherent computational model based on quantitative, qualitative, and modeling and simulation information, and long-standing country expertise; and 3) a formalized model of semantic relationships among stability indicators across pillars that supports understanding uncertainty and related issues within the context of achieving stability goals.

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Securboration, Inc.