Evaluating Computational Assistance for Crisis Response

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In this paper we examine the behavior of a human-computer system for crisis response. As one instance of crisis management, we describe the task of responding to spills and fires involving hazardous materials. We then describe INCA, an intelligent assistant for planning and scheduling in this domain, and its relation to human users. We focus on INCA’s… (More)

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@inproceedings{Iba1998EvaluatingCA, title={Evaluating Computational Assistance for Crisis Response}, author={Wayne Iba and Melinda T. Gervasio and Pat Langley and Stephanie Sage}, year={1998} }