Human machine collaborative decision making in a complex optimization system

@inproceedings{Malasky2005HumanMC,
  title={Human machine collaborative decision making in a complex optimization system},
  author={Jeremy Malasky},
  year={2005}
}
Numerous complex real-world applications are either theoretically intractable or unable to be solved in a practical amount of time. Researchers and practitioners are forced to implement heuristics in solving such problems that can lead to highly sub-optimal solutions. Our research focuses on inserting a human “in-the-loop” of the decision-making or problem solving process in order to generate solutions in a timely manner that improve upon those that are generated either solely by a human or… CONTINUE READING

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