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A framework for dynamic hard/soft fusion
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We report on the ongoing development of a research framework for dynamic integration of information from hard (electronic) and soft (human) sensors. Expand
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Assessment of User Affective and Belief States for Interface Adaptation: Application to an Air Force Pilot Task
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We describe an Affect and Belief Adaptive Interface System (ABAIS) designed to compensate for performance biases caused by users’ affective states and active beliefs. Expand
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Challenges to effective crisis management: Using information and communication technologies to coordinate emergency medical services and emergency department teams
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We identified three major challenges to coordination between emergency department (ED) teams and emergency medical services (EMS) teams including ineffectiveness of current information and communication technologies, lack of common ground, and breakdowns in information flow. Expand
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Extending the recognition-primed decision model to support human-agent collaboration
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In this paper, we first describe an RPD-enabled 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. Expand
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Time for temporal team mental models: Expanding beyond “what” and “how” to incorporate “when”
Although often ignored, establishing and maintaining congruence in team members’ temporal perceptions are consequential tasks that deserve research attention. Integrating research on team cognitionExpand
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New Trends in Cooperative Activities: Understanding System Dynamics in Complex Environments
By reading, you can know the knowledge and things more, not only about what you get from people to people. Book will be more trusted. As this new trends in cooperative activities understanding systemExpand
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Human–Agent Collaboration for Time-Stressed Multicontext Decision Making
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We employ an experience-based cognitive agent architecture (called R-CAST) to address the informational challenges associated with military command and control (C2) decision-making teams, the performance of which can be significantly affected by dynamic context switching and tasking complexities. Expand
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Augmenting group sense making in ill-defined, emerging situations: Experiences, lessons learned and issues for future development
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Describes how, in ill‐defined, emerging situations, team members struggle to make sense of the situation, react to stimuli from the external environment, and interact with each other and human artefacts to develop an interpretation of the environment. Expand
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Evaluating the effectiveness of and patterns of interactions with automated searching assistance
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We report quantitative and qualitative results of an empirical evaluation to determine whether automated assistance improves searching performance and when searchers desire system intervention in the search process. Expand
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