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Learning Action Plans in a Virtual Environment [chapter]

Simon Goss, Adrian Pearce
2003 Virtual and Adaptive Environments  
An adaptive virtual interface is explored, that monitors the user, and compares user behaviors to models of possible actions and intentions.  ...  The simulator is enhanced to provide descriptions of the out-the-window worldview in the data trace as well as operator control actions and simulation internal state variables.  ...  It has the ability to not only record the actions of pilots, instrument and simulation internal status variables, but also dynamic knowledge of the world; the positions of objects, and dynamic entities  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781410608888.ch10 fatcat:vnwdyq5eijejtl2f2ydybjglia

Teams as Complex Adaptive Systems: Reviewing 17 Years of Research

Pedro J. Ramos-Villagrasa, Pedro Marques-Quinteiro, José Navarro, Ramón Rico
2017 Small Group Research  
To help fully incorporate the logic of teams as CAS in the science of teams, we review extant research on teams approached from a nonlinear dynamical system theory.  ...  At the turn of the century, Arrow, McGrath, and Berdahl portrayed teams as complex adaptive systems (CAS).  ...  to better goal opportunities and scores.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1046496417713849 fatcat:ufdvrsihgbgi5fpojxzr2mzg34

Progress in the Simulation of Emergent Communication and Language

Kyle Wagner, James A. Reggia, Juan Uriagereka, Gerald S. Wilkinson
2003 Adaptive Behavior  
This work spans issues related to animal communication and the origins and evolution of language.  ...  Although progress in this area has been substantial, we are able to identify some important areas for future research in the evolution of language, including the need for further computational investigation  ...  Oliphant 1999 Ryan et al. 2001 Smith, K. 2002a Smith, K. 2002b Steels and Kaplan 1999 Wagner and Reggia 2002 Acknowledgments We thank Michael Gasser and David Poeppel for useful discussions relating to  ... 
doi:10.1177/10597123030111003 fatcat:ei7ey56rtrb4re347rpspfozse

A swarm based approach to adapt the structural dimension of agents' organizations

Paulo R. Ferreira Jr, Denise de Oliveira, Ana L. C. Bazzan
2005 Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society  
However, in dynamic environments, agents must be able to adapt to the changing organizational goals, available resources, their relationships to the presence of another agents, and so on.  ...  The results of our approach and another quantitative one are compared here and it is shown that in dynamic domains, the agents adapt to changes in the organization, just as social insects do.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Dr. Franziska Klüegl for the valuable discussions regarding the swarm-inspired model.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0104-65002005000200005 fatcat:wxp5ptxr7fdfvd6kd626xolgbe

The RoboCup 2013 drop-in player challenges: Experiments in ad hoc teamwork

Patrick MacAlpine, Katie Genter, Samuel Barrett, Peter Stone
2014 2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems  
agents to exhibit the sort of flexibility and adaptability on complex tasks that people do, for example when they play games of "pick-up" basketball or soccer.  ...  While past research on ad hoc teamwork has focused mainly on theoretical treatments and empirical studies in relatively simple domains, the long-term vision has been to enable robots and other autonomous  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Duncan ten Velthuis from the University of Amsterdam for helping to run the Standard Platform League challenge, Aijun Bai from the University of Science and Technology  ... 
doi:10.1109/iros.2014.6942588 dblp:conf/iros/MacAlpineGBS14 fatcat:pmfuswd2mrfophkca7i7cvsya4

Modeling and simulating human teamwork behaviors using intelligent agents

Xiaocong Fan, John Yen
2004 Physics of Life Reviews  
Among researchers in multi-agent systems there has been growing interest in using intelligent agents to model and simulate human teamwork behaviors.  ...  The contribution of this article is that it presents an organizational framework for analyzing a variety of teamwork simulation systems and for further studying simulated teamwork behaviors.  ...  We would like to thank Dr. Frank Ritter at PSU for his valuable comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.plrev.2004.10.001 fatcat:pek4lz5ubnhrnbga5jztgx4gpi

Social learning: A knowledge and capacity building approach for adaptive co-management of contested landscapes

Andrea J. Leys, Jerome K. Vanclay
2011 Land Use Policy  
community capacity for adaptive co-management of dynamic and shared landscapes.  ...  There is increasing recognition in the field of natural resource management that transformative adaptation to climate and policy change requires cross industry learning and cooperation at the landscape  ...  Acknowledgements Sincere gratitude is expressed to all participants in the study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2010.11.006 fatcat:mgrvagnz4nc65m6zqovdvppi3q

Measuring Human-Automation Function Allocation

Amy R. Pritchett, So Young Kim, Karen M. Feigh
2013 Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making  
to context, (h) and mission performance.  ...  c) mismatches between responsibility and authority, (d) incoherency in function allocations, (e) interruptive automation, (f) automation's boundary conditions, (g) function allocations limiting human adaptation  ...  The abstraction hierarchy uses a means-ends decomposition to describe the functions needed to characterize a work domain (Bisantz & Roth, 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1555343413490166 fatcat:gpqr3gzkqfefzltkpterksuwa4

Adaptive rhetoric: evolution, culture, and the art of persuasion

2014 ChoiceReviews  
Because we are social creatures, we need additional resources for keeping track of various group dynamics, such as status hierarchies, and exchanges of favors.  ...  In battle, as well as the hunt, lives are at stake, and in the simulated battles of high school sporting events, teamwork and a sense of unified purpose is a necessary precursor to victory.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-6574 fatcat:nwicypd2tfaaznavk4eizeucea

Communication and Teamwork in Patient Care: How Much Can We Learn From Aviation?

Audrey Lyndon
2006 Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing  
Objective : To identify evidence on the role of assertiveness and teamwork and the application of aviation industry techniques to improve patient safety for inpatient obstetric care.  ...  Data Sources : Studies limited to research with humans in English language retrieved from CINAHL, PubMed, Social Science Abstracts, and Social Sciences Citation Index, and references from reviewed articles  ...  There is good evidence from the aviation industry that operator attitudes about teamwork, hierarchy, error, and stress affect performance in settings involving two or more persons engaged in dynamic decision  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1552-6909.2006.00074.x pmid:16882000 fatcat:gravnpfevvdarg42xbgeth66na

RPD-enabled agents teaming with humans for multi-context decision making

Xiaocong Fan, Bingjun Sun, Shuang Sun, Michael McNeese, John Yen
2006 Proceedings of the fifth international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems - AAMAS '06  
This research is targeted at coupling cognitive agent technology and human-centered teamwork to address the informational challenges associated with Command and Control (C2) teams in contemporary military  ...  Team decision making under stress involving multiple contexts is an extremely challenging issue faced by various real world application domains.  ...  It is challenged when some expectancy becomes false as the situation evolves; in such a case, the agent has to backtrack along the experience hierarchy to seek a better recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1160633.1160637 dblp:conf/atal/FanSSMY06 fatcat:qrigl3g7bna6nmon7ffx3cycwe

Articulation Work in Subsea Operations: Taking Teamwork Seriously in Assessment of Subsea Operations

Yushan Pan, Eirik Homlong, Hans Petter Hildre, Steinar Nistad
2017 2017 5th International Conference on Enterprise Systems (ES)  
We conclude that sociotechnical systems need more attention on its development and assessment to support teamwork.  ...  Such a contribution adds literature for better understanding the Internet of things (IoT) from a social and practice perspective for the maritime domain, teamwork in particular.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would also like to thank Lillian Vederhus for her contributions to the project in 2015 and 2016. The project is supported by NFR, no, 234007.  ... 
doi:10.1109/es.2017.13 dblp:conf/es/PanHHN17 fatcat:dpbdntp4pzchxdbsavhhkmhh4e

Levels of Automation in Human Factors Models for Automation Design: Why We Might Consider Throwing the Baby Out With the Bathwater

Greg A. Jamieson, Gyrd Skraaning
2017 Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making  
Taken together, our positions paint LOA frameworks as abstractions suffering a crisis of confidence that Kaber's remedies cannot restore. Differing perspectives on common ground Professor David B.  ...  We applaud JCEDM for airing a range of responses to his views in the same issue.  ...  He graciously agreed to Jamieson sharing an audio recording of his presentations with Skraaning. We extend our thanks to him for that collegial gesture; our comments are offered in the same spirit.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1555343417732856 fatcat:3nstja7lfndotbt7o4f27axtbq

Advancing Methodology for Social Science Research Using Alternate Reality Games: Proof-of-Concept Through Measuring Individual Differences and Adaptability and their impact on Team Performance [article]

Magy Seif El-Nasr, Casper Harteveld, Paul Fombelle, Truong-Huy Nguyen, Paola Rizzo, Dylan Schouten, Abdelrahman Madkour, Chaima Jemmali, Erica Kleinman, Nithesh Javvaji, Zhaoqing Teng, Extra Ludic Inc
2021 arXiv   pre-print
adaptation and performance across and within a group.  ...  In this report we discuss work tackling this open problem with a focus on understanding individual differences and its effect on team adaptation, and further explore the effect of these factors on team  ...  A two-level code hierarchy was created and filled out, resulting in a code book of 51 codes sorted in three categories: Strategy, Adaptation, and Teamwork.  ... 
arXiv:2106.13740v1 fatcat:vg7kt2l62ffwjnd5lbls7jyy7m

Cooperating with Unknown Teammates in Complex Domains: A Robot Soccer Case Study of Ad Hoc Teamwork

Samuel Barrett, Peter Stone
2015 PROCEEDINGS OF THE THIRTIETH AAAI CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE TWENTY-EIGHTH INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CONFERENCE  
Therefore, it is desirable for robots to be able to reason about ad hoc teamwork and adapt to new teammates on the fly.  ...  Specifically, PLASTIC– Policy learns policies to cooperate with past teammates and reuses these policies to quickly adapt to new teammates.  ...  This quick adaptation is due to two factors: 1) the better estimations of which policy fits the teammates and 2) the frequency of the updates.  ... 
doi:10.1609/aaai.v29i1.9428 fatcat:odrwx3audbeepjjpeeajnqn3b4
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