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A System Dynamics View of Stress : Towards Human-Factor Modelling for Computer Agents

  title={A System Dynamics View of Stress : Towards Human-Factor Modelling for Computer Agents},
  author={Alexis Morris and William Ross and M. Ulieru},
Human factor models are important for computer systems to i) make such systems more human aware (ie. better calculations of human behavior) and ii) make such systems demonstrate more realistic human behaviors (ie. display more human-like AI). Having these capabilities is beneficial in that they allow for technologies that are better aligned with the human social context in which the technology ultimately resides. However, human factor calculations are difficult to quantify, validate, and encode… Expand
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