Shared mental models: a conceptual analysis

@inproceedings{Jonker2010SharedMM,
  title={Shared mental models: a conceptual analysis},
  author={Catholijn M. Jonker and M. Birna van Riemsdijk and Bas Vermeulen},
  booktitle={COIN@AAMAS&MALLOW},
  year={2010}
}
The notion of a shared mental model is well known in the literature regarding team work among humans. It has been used to explain team functioning. The idea is that team performance improves if team members have a shared understanding of the task that is to be performed and of the involved team work. We maintain that the notion of shared mental model is not only highly relevant in the context of human teams, but also for teams of agents and for human-agent teams. However, before we can start… CONTINUE READING
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