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Extending the recognition-primed decision model to support human-agent collaboration

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Extending the recognition-primed decision model to support human-agent collaboration
There has been much research investigating team cognition, naturalistic decision making, and collaborative technology as it relates to real world, complex domains of practice. However, there has been limited work in incorporating naturalistic decision making models for supporting distributed team decision making. The aim of this research is to support human decision making teams using cognitive agents empowered by a collaborative Recognition-Primed Decision model. In this paper, we first describe an RPDenabled agent architecture (R-CAST), in which we have implemented an internal mechanism of decision-making adaptation based on collaborative expectancy monitoring, and an information exchange mechanism driven by relevant cue analysis. We have evaluated R-CAST agents in a real-time simulation environment, feeding teams with frequent decisionmaking tasks under different tempo situations. While the result conforms to psychological findings that human team members are extremely sensitive...
Xiaocong Fan, Shuang Sun, Michael D. McNeese, John
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ATAL
Authors Xiaocong Fan, Shuang Sun, Michael D. McNeese, John Yen
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