Return to the Paradise Islands: From Confrontation to Cooperation
AbstractSimulations and games are designed to provide specific experiences to the participants. Underlying these experiences, however, is a framework that supports the goals of the exercise. A change to any aspect of the framework may require a change to the simulation itself which can change the entire conduct and results of the simulation. This paper describes how a change in the behavior of the participants and a change in technology created two new challenges to an established exercise.
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