Models of ATTENTI Communication : From P r

Abstract

psychology is that, despite the overall impressive abilities of people to sense, remember, and reason about the world, our cognitive abilities are extremely limited in well-characterized ways. In particular, psychologists have found that people grapple with scarce attentional resources and limited working memory. Such limitations become salient when people are challenged with remembering more than a handful of new ideas or items in the short term, recognizing important targets against a background pattern of items [4], or interleaving multiple tasks [5]. By Eric Horvitz, Carl Kadie, Tim Paek, and David Hovel

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@inproceedings{Horvitz2003ModelsOA, title={Models of ATTENTI Communication : From P r}, author={Eric Horvitz and Carl Myers Kadie and Tim Paek and David Hovel}, year={2003} }