Jens Pohl

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Computers do not have the equivalent of a human cognitive system and therefore store data simply as the numbers and words that are entered into the computer. For a computer to interpret data it requires an information structure that provides at least some level of context. This can be accomplished utilizing an ontology of objects with characteristics,(More)
  • Focus Symposium: Baden-Baden, Germany Tuesday, Jens Pohl, George E Lasker Chairman, Gianfranco Carrara, Antonio Fioravanti +4 others
  • 2010
Preface The theme of this focus symposium, Advances in Adaptive Planning Capabilities, draws attention to the rapid changes that are impacting our daily business, recreational and personal endeavors. The pace of our daily activities appears to be increasing at an accelerating rate as we are increasingly taking advantage of the benefits of global(More)
The purpose of this paper is to present some understandings of the human problem-solving activity that we have gained in the Collaborative Agent Design Research Center (CADRC) over the past two decades. Since we feel strongly that the human decision-maker should be an integral component of any computer-based decision-support system, it follows that we would(More)
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