From scaling to microscopic mechanism of armed conflict

ESPRIT

By systematically characterizing conflict scaling, we will develop an analytical and computational framework that connects the highly detailed scales on which agent-based models work with coarse- grained phenomenological theories of conflict. An important goal is to connect microscopic, individual-level behavior with large-scale regularities measured over the ensemble of many conflicts. Success in this project will involve validation of general properties of conflict to improve a wide range of conflict predictions with modest but strategically gathered data. Thus, our project has the potential enhance understanding, prediction, and response to the outbreak of armed conflict.

Duration: 

01.08.2022 – 
31.08.2025

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