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Human Organizations as Distributed Intelligence Systems

A.H. Levis
1988 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
Human decision making organizations can serve as a paradigm for distributed intelligence systems.  ...  Elements of a mathematical theory of organizations are presented and used to analyze the behavior of organizations that have to meet stringent requirements with constraints on the cognitive and physical  ...  A mathematical model of the workload has been developed (Boettcher and Levis, 1982) that is based on ndimensional information theory.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1474-6670(17)54466-3 fatcat:6lhsskzinjbldnz6ka3tdnuxbq

Advances in Modelling and Simulation

2003 Information & Security An International Journal  
Volume 12, number 1 focuses on the following groups of topics:  Review of Defense Modeling and Simulation  Computer Generated Forces, and  Agent-based Modeling and Simulation.  ...  Review of Defense Modeling and Simulation The objective of the first group of papers is to provide a review of the achievements in defense modeling and simulation.  ...  Computer models of complex human behavior have been around for over two decades, but their use in computer models of combat continues to be developed.  ... 
doi:10.11610/isij.1200 fatcat:xvcvkxfv5jhvnk5ih72mspoabu

G-Science Academies Statement 2016

Theoretical studies are essential for understanding the computational principles of brain function and for creating quantitative mathematical models.  ...  For example, the human central nervous system can easily perform complex decisionmaking after minimal learning, a feat surpassing the capability of the most efficient computers.  ... 
doi:10.5363/tits.21.6_104 fatcat:5vwn57dgpfcjvdirqxkamvyf7q

Page 1758 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 73, Issue 7 [page]

1986 Psychological Abstracts  
. mg ye pe ee hee Nea = NM) eee of a mathematical model of human decisionmaking for human-computer communication.  ...  —Investigated the use of a 2-stage mathematical model of human performance in an experimental situation in which both humans (8 college students) and a computer acted as decision makers.  ... 

Adaptive Allocation of Decisionmaking Responsibility between Human and Computer in Multitask Situations

Yee-Yeen Chu, William B. Rouse
1979 IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics  
A queueing theory formulation of multitask decisionmaking is used and a threshold policy for turning the computer on/off is proposed.  ...  As human and computer come to have overlapping decisionmaking abilities, a dynamic or adaptive allocation ofresponsibilities may be the best mode of human-computer interaction.  ...  CONCLUSIONS The purpose of this research was to develop a unified formulation of computer-aided multitask decisionmaking and to devise a general strategy for allocation of decisionmaking responsibility  ... 
doi:10.1109/tsmc.1979.4310128 fatcat:xhlw6pax3rbqrjghk5b5qwexie

Seminar for the Orthopaedic Research Society - Modeling & Simulation at CDRH [article]

Tina Morrison
2016 Figshare  
Specifically, there is a role for modeling and simulation in the evaluation of medical devices, from the research and development stage to supporting the approval/clearances of devices on the market.  ...  The Center for Devices and Radiological Health is committed to advancing regulatory science with computational modeling.  ...  premarket submission for a therapeutic medical device is typically supported by a combination of valid scientific evidence from four types of models: animal, bench, computational, and human.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4276589.v1 fatcat:b3y7plgbcncivllciaiqzli32u

Artificial intelligence and Machine Learning based decision-making tools: a seminal advancement for Neonatology?

Fu-Sheng Chou, Monalisa Patel
2021 Neonatology Today  
AI and its Clinical Utility: AI is math, computer science, and statistics in a nutshell. ML and DL are both components of AI.  ...  A study compared linear and non-linear ML models for growth failure prediction and another one that used the Hidden Markov Model on serial microbiome data to predict growth failure.  ...  A commonly used technique for model tuning is called k-fold cross-validation, where data is split into k parts, followed by training the model using the random (k-1) parts of the data and assessing model  ... 
doi:10.51362/ fatcat:jf3q6nkhzjc3haej6hzlaw7uza Artificial intelligence and knowledge engineering at the point of care

John Fox, Matthew South, Omar Khan, Catriona Kennedy, Peter Ashby, John Bechtel
2020 BMJ Health & Care Informatics  
has been validated in a wide range of applications in diverse clinical settings and specialties, with trials published in high impact peer-reviewed journals.  ...  id=69) is a showcase for a PROforma-based approach to improving care quality, safety, efficiency and better patient experience in many kinds of routine clinical practice.  ...  PROforma is based on a theory of human expertise and it is easily understood and written by clinicians so they can create, validate and share publets with their peers.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjhci-2020-100141 pmid:32723855 fatcat:y7e2nakwcvcdfbnw6mszj4ty4i

An ODSS for hospital-based clinical decision making: conceptual design and analysis

M.M. Bright, V. Srinivasan Rao, D.B. Walz, D.P. Ashmos
1996 Proceedings of HICSS-29: 29th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Our analysis shows that (a) ODSS should include facilities to incorporate decisionmaking authorities of the agents, and (b) legal and ethical considerations on the dissemination and use of data should  ...  A conceptual design of an organizational decision support system (ODSS) is proposed for the limited domain of hospital-based clinical decisionmaking (H-CDM).  ...  The scenario of clinical decisionmaking provided earlier gives details of human-human communication. The significant issue in human-human communication is the mobility of the physicians.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.1996.495314 dblp:conf/hicss/BrightRWA96 fatcat:v4wuutafjjhw7dwz2jvxkrznq4


2017 Journal of Naval Science and Engineering  
In the third and last phase, a sound feedback and validation mechanism is established in order to validate the whole process, including developing a fuzzy complex multi-criteria mathematical model.  ...  This three-phase model based on a scientific approach is intended to be used by human resource managers as a decision support tool for choosing the right sailors.  ...  There are only a few models and approaches that has attempted to use some mathematical algorithms and computer-based systems [2] .  ... 
doaj:3809ac2233454bfd969190b2c021a978 fatcat:2l2nrq42d5hg5afkxakpig236q

Perspectives of New Decision Making Models of Processes Synchronization in Distributed Systems

David L. La Red Martinez, Julio C. Acosta
take into account; it is required to incorporate these aspects through variables and procedures added to the variables and procedures of the classical computer science; new models that improve the performance  ...  of the classics, incorporating new concepts, variables and procedures, will generate [18], [12], [20], [21], [22], [58]) to classical models, which transcend the traditional approach to the computer science  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS He is grateful for the funding of the research project "Decision Models for the Processes Synchronization in Distributed Systems", accredited by Science and Technology General Secretariat  ... 
doi:10.24297/ijmit.v9i1.671 fatcat:kwks3724o5g3pbbxhfuey54fau


Marian-Mihai CIOC
2012 Business Excellence and Management  
The second part of the paper is focusing on a business development model and a set of IT support functions for collaborative activities, consisting both of collaborative tools (online accessibility, communication  ...  The first part of the paper addresses the issue of group decision making, in the context of theoretical and methodological conceptualization of the main approaches for developing and using collaborative  ...  , namely the first mathematical model that describes the operation of a communication system, related with a set of rules and instruments which can be used as an analytical tool of the behaviours of group  ... 
doaj:c980ff4d3cf94ad7afc30627ebbd430d fatcat:g3x5jcsbozgcpbeyrfmkh4jqom

Guest Editorial: Special Issue on eGovernment Development and Applications (SIEGDA)

Andreas Meier, Luis Teran
2021 IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing  
The Special Issue on eGovernment Development and Applications (SIEGDA) is a peer-reviewed special issue of IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing.  ...  Representatives of the governments, international organizations, and universities should develop a vision for eDemocracy and eGovernment. eDemocracy defines the support and enhancement of civil rights  ...  The authors illustrate the strengths and limitations of these models by proposing a metadata quality assessment model.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tetc.2021.3057776 fatcat:fkphy7konbeaxbyxattnfgfaca


Cezar POPA
2022 Bulletin of "Carol I" National Defence University  
Algorithmizing and the digitization of the decision-making process combined with the experience, knowledge based intuition and talent/art (specific to the human factor) inevitably leads to making adequate  ...  capabilities of structural and functional organization of both the C2 modules and the operating force, of the capabilities to control and evaluate the execution of the action/operation, etc.  ...  and future situations, accessing digitized mathematical models, computer science, etc.  ... 
doi:10.53477/2284-9378-22-57 fatcat:6rbpykljmfbvdaqqxob6tg3vke

Evaluation of Enterprise Management Innovation in Manufacturing Industry Using Fuzzy Multicriteria Decision-Making under the Background of Big Data

Yi Yan, Dejiang Chu, Zaoli Yang
2021 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
The present industrial structure and development mode of the manufacturing industry are in a critical transformation period.  ...  This exploration can provide a theoretical basis for improving the management innovation ability of manufacturing enterprises and also has great reference value for expanding the market competitiveness  ...  For example, the information in natural language is fuzzy, such as "tall" and "thin." In the field of fuzzy mathematics, a membership function is a mathematical tool that can represent fuzzy sets.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/2439978 fatcat:2pswsphunzbcdodxeeldgl4vb4
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