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gordon H. bradley

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Bradley, G., “Modeling IED Bomb Making Cells,” ONR Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) Basic Research Program Review, Laurel, MD, 4-6 November, 2008.

Bradley, G., “Thinking about Insurgency and IEDs: A Living Systems Approach,” Joint IED Defeat Organization, Washington, D.C., April 28, 2008.

Bradley, G., “Thinking about IEDs: An Operations Research Perspective,” Joint IED Defeat Organization, Washington, D.C., April 28, 2008.

Bradley, G., “Introduction to Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs),” Office of Naval Research--Research Directions in Information Integration, Monterey, CA, April 7, 2008.

Bradley, G., “IED Operations Analysis and Counterinsurgency (COIN) Modeling,” ONR Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) Basic Research Program Review, Austin, TX, Feb 11, 2008. (FOUO)

Bradley, G., “Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) Tutorial,” tutorial for NPS faculty and students, one hour classified and two hours unclassified, November 2007, January 2008, February 2008, and May 2008.

Bradley, G., “Analysis of IED Operations,” ONR Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) Basic Research Program Review, Monterey, CA, May 1, 2007. (FOUO)

Bradley, G., “Information, Data, and Analysis,” ONR Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) Basic Research Program Review, Monterey, CA, 3 October 2006. (FOUO)

Bradley, G., “Thinking about IEDs a narrative from a graduate IED course,” presented to the National Academy of Sciences Naval Studies Board Committee of Defeating Improved Explosive Devices: Basic Research to Interrupt the IED Delivery Chain, February 9, 2006 (SECRET).

Bradley, G., “Improvised Explosive Devices (IED)--Defeat the System,” Community Wide Predictive Analysis Workshop, MITRE, McLean, VA, December 5, 2005.

Bradley, G., Capt Paul Schneider, USMC and David H. Olwell, “Dynamic Incident Display and Change Point Detection in Counterinsurgency Operations,"73rd Military Operations Research Society (MORS) Symposium, West Point, NY, June 21-23, 2005. (SECRET).

Bradley, G., “Network and Graph Markup Language (NaGML) Data File Formats,” Ninth INFORMS Computing Society Conference (ICS 2005), Annapolis, MD, January 5-7, 2005.

Bradley, G., “Tutorial: Network and Graph Project - Open Source Tools for Network Analysis and Algorithms,” Ninth INFORMS Computing Society Conference (ICS 2005), Annapolis, MD, January 5-7, 2005 .

Bradley, G., “Network and Graph Markup Language (NaGML),” INFORMS Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, October 24-27, 2004.

Bradley, G., and Schneider, P., “Dynamic Display of Insurgency Incidents from Operation Iraqi Freedom, (with Capt Paul Schneider, USMC), 72nd Military Operations Research Society ( MORS ) Symposium, Monterey, CA, June 22-24, 2004.

Bradley, G., “Tutorial:Extensible Markup Language with Operations Research Examples,” Eighth INFORMS Computing Society Conference, Chandler, AZ, January 8-10, 2003.

Bradley, G. and Buss, A.H., “Extensible Optimization Toolkit for Military Planning Systems,” INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Jose, CA, November 17-20, 2002.

Bradley, G., “Extensible Markup Language (XML) for Network Optimization,” INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Jose, CA, November 17-20, 2002.

Bradley, G. and Buss, A.H., “Loosely Coupled Components for Near Real Time Modeling and Optimization,” Air Force Office of Scientific Research PI Meeting, Minnowbrook, NY, November 11-13, 2001.

Bradley, G. and Buss, A.H., “Demonstration System for a Military Mission,” Air Force Office of Scientific Research PI Meeting, Minnowbrook, NY, November 11-13, 2001.

Bradley, G., “M&S in Classroom Instruction and Thesis Research at the Naval Postgraduate School,"NAVMSMO Technical Interchange Meeting, National Defense University, Fort McNair, Washington, DC, August 23, 2001.

Bradley, G. and Buss, A.H., “Loosely Coupled Components Project: Map-Based Military Planning,” The Third International Meeting of the INFORMS Military Application Society, San Antonio, TX, November 5-8, 2000.

Bradley, G. and Parker, J., “Loosely Coupled Components Working Group,"Inter-service Mission Planning Working Group Meeting (IMPWG), Huntsville, AL, October 24-25, 2000.

Bradley, G. and Buss, A.H., “Architecture for Dynamic Planning Systems Using Loosely Coupled Components,” IFIP WORKING GROUP 7.6 Workshop on Virtual Environments for Advanced Modeling, Monterey, CA, August 2000.

Bradley, G. and Parker, J., “Loosely Coupled Components Working Group,” OASDSO/LIC Special Operations C41 R&D Workshop, McClean, VA, 19-21 July 2000.

Bradley G., Buss, A.H., Parker, J., “Loosely Coupled Components Laboratory -Overview and Open House,” Department of Operations Research Seminar, Monterey, CA, January 27, 2000.

Bradley, G. and Buss, A.H., “Future Development of the Loosely Coupled Components Project,” INFORMS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 7-10, 1999.

Bradley, G., and Buss, A.H., “Loosely Coupled Components -- Architecture for Dynamic Map-Based Military Planning Systems using Platform Independent Software Technologies,” Air Force Office of Scientific Research - New World Vistas Project Review, Rome Laboratory, Rome, NY, May 12-13, 1999.

Bradley, G., Buss, A.H., and Shaw, C., “Dynamic, Distributed Map-Based Military Planning,” INFORMS, Cincinnati, OH, May 2-5, 1999.

Bradley, G., “Architecture for Dynamic Map Based Military Planning Systems using Platform Independent Software Technologies,” CEMA/NPS Meeting, Haifa, Israel, July 2, 1998.

Bradley, G., “Map-based Dynamic Planning Systems in Java,” INFORMS International, Tel Aviv, Israel, June 28 -July 1, 1998.

Bradley, G., Buss, A.H., Bilyeu, A., and Jackson, L.,"Demonstration: Platform Independent, Distributed, Dynamic, Map-based Military Planning Systems,” 66th Military Operations Research Society Symposium, Monterey, CA, June 23-25, 1998.

Bradley, G., Buss, A.H., Bilyeu, A., and Arntzen, A., “Loosely Coupled Components -- Architecture for Dynamic Map-Based Military Planning Systems using Platform Independent Software Technologies,” Air Force Office of Scientific Research - New World Vistas Project Review, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, May 5, 1998.

Bradley, G., “The Internet, Object-Oriented Design and Java,” Operations Research Department seminar, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, February 25, 1998.

Bradley, G., “Tutorial:Java Introduction and OR Applications,” 6th INFORMS Computer Science Technical Section Conference on Computer Science and Operations Research: Recent Advances in the Interface, Monterey, CA, January 7-9, 1998.

Bradley, G., “Java Applications in Modeling & Simulation,"Intelligence Modeling and Simulation Accomplishments and Challenges, Fort Gordon G. Meade, MD, 23-24 October 1997.

Bradley, G. and Buss, A.H., “Java for Dynamic Distributed Military Planning Systems,” Intelligence Modeling and Simulation Accomplishments and Challenges, Fort Meade, MD, October 23-24, 1997.

Buttrey,S.E. and G. Bradley, “Dynamic, Interactive Statistical Research Papers on the Web,” American Statistical Association, Anaheim, CA, August 11, 1997.

Bradley, G.,Jackson, L., and Stork, K., “A Java Library for Network & Graph Algorithms,” INFORMS, San Diego, CA, May 4-7, 1997.

Bradley, G., “Java:Introduction & Short Tutorial,” INFORMS, San Diego, CA, May 4-7, 1997.

   

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