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Human-Machine Conversations to Support Coalition Missions with QoI Trade-Offs

@inproceedings{Preece2013HumanMachineCT,
  title={Human-Machine Conversations to Support Coalition Missions with QoI Trade-Offs},
  author={A. Preece and Dave Braines and D. Pizzocaro and Christos Parizas and T. L. Porta},
  year={2013}
}
Supporting coalition missions by means of networked information resources in a dynamic environment presents challenging problems, not least in terms of human-machine collaboration. Human users need to task the network to help them achieve mission objectives, while humans are also sources of mission-critical information. Information quality is highly variable, both due to the nature of the sources and the network capacity. We propose a natural language-based conversational approach to supporting… Expand

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