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December 16, 2001

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John Arquilla is associate professor of defense analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School and a consultant to RAND.Ê He is an expert on security, terrorism and information age conflict.Ê John is the co-editor of a new book, Networks and Netwars:Ê The Future of Terror, Crime and Militancy, completed just before the attacks of September 11th.Ê Networks and Netwars examines the new spectrum of conflict that has emerged in the wake of the information revolution.Ê

Dr. Kathleen Carley is Director of the Center for Computational Analysis of Social and Organizational Systems at Carnegie Mellon University.Ê Professor Carley specializes in organization theory and social networks. In her work, she examines how cognitive, social and institutional factors affect individual, social and policy outcomes. Her recent projects include studies of organizational adaptation, information diffusion through populations using different media, and inter-organizational response to disasters.

Kathleen Carley has served on the National Research Council panel on Modeling Human and Organizational Behavior: Application to Military Simulations and on various National Science Foundation committees.

They are our guests this week on "Smart City."Ê Listen Sunday, 9 a.m. Central on the WKNO-FM Stations.Ê The show is streamed live on the Web, and is re-aired Tuesday, 9 a.m. Central.


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