The bootstrapped model--Lessons for the acceptance of intellectual technology.

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This paper is intended as a non-technical introduction to a growing aspect of what has been termed 'intellectual technology'. The particular area chosen is the use of simple linear additive models for judgement and decision making purposes. Such models are said to either outperform, or perform at least as well as, the human judges on which they are based… (More)

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@article{Lovie1987TheBM, title={The bootstrapped model--Lessons for the acceptance of intellectual technology.}, author={Andy Lovie}, journal={Applied ergonomics}, year={1987}, volume={18 3}, pages={201-6} }