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Empirical Investigations of Trust-Related Systems Vulnerabilities in Aided, Adversarial Decision Making

@inproceedings{Bisantz2000EmpiricalIO,
  title={Empirical Investigations of Trust-Related Systems Vulnerabilities in Aided, Adversarial Decision Making},
  author={Ann M. Bisantz and James Llinas and Younho Seong and Richard Finger and Jiun-Yin Jian},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract : In modern military environments, command-and-control decisions are increasingly supported by information systems which collect, analyze, and display information from multiple sources and sensors, to give decision-makers real time information about an evolving tactical situation. Aided-adversarial decision-making (AADM) refers to military command and control decision in such environments, in which computerized aids are available to groups of co-located and distributed decision-makers… 
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