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Autor     Nina Berry, Teresa Ko, Tim Moy, Julienne Smrcka, Jessica Turnley, Ben Wu
Titel    Emergent Clique Formation in Terrorist Recruitment
Sammlung    The AAAI-04 Workshop on Agent Organizations: Theory and Practice
Datum    July. 25 2004
URL    http://www.aaai.org/Papers/Workshops/2004/WS-04-02/WS04-02-005.pdf

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Berry, Nina et al (2004) presented a multi-disciplinary approach to developing organization software for the study of recruitment and group formation. The need to incorporate aspects of social science added a significant contribution to the vision of the resulting Seldon toolkit. The unique addition of an abstract agent category provided a means for capturing social concepts like cliques, gangs, schools, mosque, etc. in a manner that represents their social conceptualization and not simply as a physical or economical institution. This work provides an overview of the Seldon toolkit and terrorist model developed to study the formation of cliques, which are the primary recruitment entity for terrorist organizations. This is a hybrid architecture providing a unique integration of technology and concepts from interdisciplinary fields of agent-based modeling, social science and simulation. This architecture differs from traditional computational social dynamics simulations because of its multi-level design, abstract agent(s), and interaction based on social networks.

The supporting social terrorist model is based upon the work of Marc Sageman (2004). Marc Sageman, is a former Foreign Service officer who was based in Islamabad from 1987 to 1989, where he worked closely with Afghanistan’s Mujahedin. Sageman work reveals that the mujahedin have no documented history of psychological or social pathologies; they are considered healthy [members of their society.]

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The Seldon project represents a multi-disciplinary approach to developing organization software for the study of recruitment and group formation. The need to incorporate aspects of social science added a significant contribution to the vision of the resulting Seldon toolkit. The unique addition of an abstract agent category provided a means for capturing social concepts like cliques, gangs, schools, mosque, etc. in a manner that represents their social conceptualization and not simply as a physical or economical institution. This paper provides an overview of the Seldon toolkit and terrorist model developed to study the formation of cliques, which are the primary recruitment entity for terrorist organizations. [...]

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The general Seldon toolkit is a hybrid architecture providing a unique integration of technology and concepts from the interdisciplinary fields of agent-based modeling, social science, and simulation. This architecture differs from traditional computational social dynamic simulations because of its multi-level design, abstract agent(s), and interactions based on social networks. [...]

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The supporting social terrorist model is based upon the work of Marc Sageman (Sageman 2004). Marc Sageman, Ph.D., M.D., is a former Foreign Service officer who was based in Islamabad from 1987 to 1989, where he worked closely with Afghanistan's mujahedin. [...]

Sageman work reveals that the mujahedin have no documented history of psychological or social pathologies: they are considered healthy members of their society.

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The description of the work of Berry et al. is actually taken from parts of their paper. Could also be classified as a pawn sacrifice, a "Bauernopfer". The incorrect grammar from Berry in the last sentence ("Sageman work" instead of "Sageman's work") is incorrect both in Berry et al and in Nm.

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He further states that they have formed into social networks or “clusters” based on some common experience. Their commonality is based on their expatriate status which results in a level of isolation. Their status in the host country and their shared assumed sense of isolation result in the development of clusters. Berry N. et al integrated agent based and social modeling approach in the Seldon project. Second, they have formed into social networks or ‘clusters’ based on some common experience. Their commonality is based on their expatriate status which results in a level of isolation. Their status in their host country and their shared assumed sense of isolation result in the development of clusters. [...]

This analysis of the basis for participation supports the integrated agent-based and social network modeling approach we have taken with Seldon.

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The source is only mentioned in the last sentence, the extent of the text taken is not made clear.

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