Our goal is to improve event simulation models of highly complex, real-world systems, such as computer networks and orbital debris, by incorporating the ability to quantify uncertainties into a numerical simulation framework. This will enable scientists to determine a degree of confidence in the simulation-based predictions that support national efforts in cyber- and space security.
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