David E. Diller

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This article presents a model for accuracy and response time (RT) in recognition and cued recall, fitted to free-response and signal-to-respond data from Experiment 1 of P. A. Nobel and R. M. Shiffrin (2001). The model posits that recognition operates through parallel activation in a single retrieval step and cued recall operates as a sequential search.(More)
This paper describes an approach to runtime policy-based control over information exchange that allows a far more fine-grained control of these dynamically discovered agent interactions. The DARPA Agent Markup Language (DAML) is used to represent policies that may either filter messages based on their semantic content or transform the messages to make them(More)
We are interested in developing models of and support for mixed-initiative human control of software agent teams, especially in the larger context of dynamic, real world organizations. In this paper, we describe a model for the establishment of cooperative information sharing among agents on teams formed dynamically for particular purposes within such(More)
Most research on culture and cognition uses self-report tasks such as paper and pencil questionnaires. Such tasks are inexpensive, quick, and easy to score, but they are vulnerable to response bias and manipulation effects. Action-based or performance tasks can be more absorbing and permit more of someone’s natural behavior to emerge but are rarer due to(More)
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