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The First Report is Always Wrong, and Other Ill-Defined Aspects of the Army Battle Captain Domain

  title={The First Report is Always Wrong, and Other Ill-Defined Aspects of the Army Battle Captain Domain},
  author={Elizabeth Owen Bratt and Eric A. Domeshek and Paula J. Durlach},
The position of battle captain in United States Army battalions involves responsibility for tracking a large quantity of information, communicating important information to the right people, and making decisions quickly when events deviate from plans. Soldiers assigned as battle captain in maneuver battalions have a wide variation in background and experience, yet rarely receive specific training for the role. A scenario-based intelligent tutoring system (ITS), which adapts to the incoming… 



Intelligent Tutoring for Ill-Defined Domains in Military Simulation-Based Training

Interviews and observations of military instructors in the damage control and shiphandling domains provide examples of how the instructors extend the student;s training beyond the well-defined simulated world with qualitative reasoning about context, hypothetical variants, and critical factors of the scenario.

The Brigade Battle Captain - A Prototype Training Product.

Abstract : This report documents the analysis, design, and development of a prototype training product for the Brigade Battle Captain. The product is a computer-based, stand-alone, training support

Defining "Ill-Defined Domains"; A literature survey.

The existing definitions of Intelligent Tutoring in ill-defined domains are considered and one is selected for the basis of discussion and some human and ITS strategies that have been employed to cope with them are summarized.

Leader Development in Army Units: Views from the Field

Abstract : Army leaders believe that a very significant contribution to their leader development comes from their experience in operational assignments. Yet there are few studies that indicate

Advanced Situated Tutors: Design, Philosophy, and a Review of Existing Systems

This paper seeks to add to the academic conceptualization of situated tutors by clearly defining these systems and their features, and defines “advanced situated tutor” as the most robust class of situated tutor systems, and gives examples of such systems.

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable

Introduction. The Fable. Luck. Part One: Underachievement. Part Two: Lighting the Fire. Part Three: Heavy Lifting. Part Four: Traction. The Model. An Overview of the Model. Team Assessment.

Fundamentals of the Battle Captain

  • Small Wars Council Doctrine and TTPs
  • 2007

Individualizing self-explanation support for ill-defined tasks in constraint-based tutors

Study of how human tutors provide additional support to students learning with an existing intelligent tutoring system designed to help students learn an ill-defined task (database modeling using the ER model) serves as the basis for defining the self-explanation model.

Interviews with experienced battle captains

  • December 2009 at Fort Carson, and in March 2010 at Fort Drum

Fundamentals of the Battle Captain. Small Wars Council Doctrine and TTPs

  • Fundamentals of the Battle Captain. Small Wars Council Doctrine and TTPs
  • 2007