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Since 1992 the nature of military operations has changed. The type of objectives that the military has to address has expanded well beyond those of traditional major combat operations. As military operations become other than conventional war -whether against transnational terrorist threats or conducting stabilization operations -the need to broaden the focus of models that support effects based planning and operations has become critical. One major present weakness is the absence ofdoi:10.1109/cisda.2007.368143 dblp:conf/cisda/WagenhalsL07 fatcat:mr7gje4knrbb7aj6o2revt52gi