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Computational Advice and Explanations - Behavioural and Computational Aspects [chapter]

Yvonne Wærn, Sture Hägglund, Robert Ramberg, Ivan Rankin, Jonni Harrius
1995 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
What, then, is required in order to give a piece of advice and to understand it?  ...  This statement seemed relevant to our search for explanations in advice giving.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-5041-2896-4_34 fatcat:f4qppc3jrjbjnc4hzxrj5hw2vq

Giving advice to agents with hidden goals

Benjamin Rosman, Subramanian Ramamoorthy
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA)  
to the exploring agent and the costs incurred in giving this advice.  ...  This paper considers the problem of providing advice to an autonomous agent when neither the behavioural policy nor the goals of that agent are known to the advisor.  ...  We do not know, a priori, how people behave and do not want to assume that people can easily zero in on a goal and execute an optimal policy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2014.6907118 dblp:conf/icra/RosmanR14 fatcat:3v6b7nruu5cthhumh773kmwje4

Indoor Navigation and Localization for Visually impaired people Using Weighted Topological Map

Md Jan Nordin, Abbas M. Ali
2009 Journal of Computer Science  
The system gives advices for the blind person to select the right direction in indoor navigate depending on weights and session, where a mono camera cane-held gives information in front of the visually  ...  Problem Statement: Image base methods are a new approach for solving problems of navigations for visually impaired people.  ...  The navigation procedure gives the advice to many nodes at a time that can be seen as sub goal nodes on a path to the goal node. This path of nodes could have been planned in advance.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2009.883.889 fatcat:extnnvevyrdnblxrlyqbbiekqm

Testing Advice Response Theory in Interactions With Friends

Erina L. MacGeorge, Lisa M. Guntzviller, Lisa K. Hanasono, Bo Feng
2013 Communication Research  
Participants (N = 244) discussed a real, current problem with a friend, completing measures about the advisor, recipient, and situation prior to the interaction, and assessments of advice message qualities  ...  The findings not only support ART but also indicate the need to consider how evaluations of advice evolve over time.  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The authors declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0093650213510938 fatcat:usfp6zwx6ndrpnjx73njk2szoy

A Virtual Environment for Teaching Social Skills: AViSSS

Justin A. Ehrlich, James R. Miller
2009 IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications  
In addition, problem-solving skills must be generalized in various ways across settings and people.  ...  Although the AViSSS scripting is needed to guide subjects through the paths in an intentional, ordered fashion, giving them some freedom to explore environments would be beneficial.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcg.2009.57 pmid:19798857 fatcat:t2yzkbuogbh3phl2pf4t3uim6q

A Graph-Based Approach to Model Management

Ting-Peng Liang
1986 International Conference on Information Systems  
Each path in a model graph is a model for producing the information. If the path includes more than one basic model, it represents an integrated model.  ...  In the framework, nodes and edges are used to represent sets of data attributes and sets of functions for converting a set of data from one format to another respectively.  ...  Each path in a model MMS to provide advice regarding model integragraph represents a model. tion and selection to its users.  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/Liang86 fatcat:vuq55nhgobbepgomdt7npq6j3a

Giving and Receiving Peer Advice in an Online Breast Cancer Support Group

Elizabeth Sillence
2013 Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking  
Women construct their advice requests to target like-minded people. The implications in terms of decision making and support are discussed.  ...  A novel form of advice solicitation-"anyone in the same boat as me"-was noted as was the use of personal experience as a form of advice giving.  ...  By seeking out people in the same boat, patients are trying to select the most appropriate person to offer them advice.  ... 
doi:10.1089/cyber.2013.1512 pmid:23659724 fatcat:z5ez3uums5frrox5hkeg3xtyoq

Project manager insights: An analysis of career progression

James W Marion, Tracey M Richardson, Matthew P Earnhardt
2014 Organisational Project Management  
In this study, the authors analyzed interview results of 87 project managers' responses to questions associated with entry into the field, career progression, and advice for the new project manager, seeking  ...  The project manager is key to the success of any project. But the path to becoming a successful project manager is ill defined.  ...  • What advice would he/she give to someone considering a PM career?  ... 
doi:10.5130/opm.v1i1.3949 fatcat:dbun3lir3ner5owtlbt3673zne

Page 11 of Journal of Systems Management Vol. 34, Issue 1 [page]

1983 Journal of Systems Management  
Selects and develops key people. Gives up detailed control and influences by means other than direct supervision. ll. Colleague ill. Mentor IV.  ...  The pyramidal structure often causes people who are very good in technical areas to become managers in order to obtain financial rewards and recognition.  ... 

Page 161 of Journal of Communication Vol. 9, Issue 4 [page]

1959 Journal of Communication  
The people in an organization who are most valued for their ability to contribute are those who can give the best information and advice. Others seek them out.  ...  When people did communicate with others of the same status level in the organization, there was a strong tendency for them to select highly valued persons and to avoid those they thought were making little  ... 

Newtonian Action Advice: Integrating Human Verbal Instruction with Reinforcement Learning [article]

Samantha Krening
2018 arXiv   pre-print
A goal of Interactive Machine Learning (IML) is to enable people without specialized training to teach agents how to perform tasks.  ...  In addition to simulations, we validated the Newtonian Action Advice algorithm by conducting a human-subject experiment.  ...  Similar to this work, the advice in Argall et al. (2008) does not require people to give specific numbers for continuous state variables, but uses a set of predefined advice operators.  ... 
arXiv:1804.05821v1 fatcat:74s24vouhresjjvb2fd63d7edm

Interface design issues for advice-giving expert systems

John M. Carroll, Jean McKendree
1987 Communications of the ACM  
We present a structured overview of current proposals for advice-giving systems in terms of three specific goals. First, we review the literature.  ...  This is good in that it gives users a focus for their activity with a system and increases their likelihood of receiving concrete reinforcement from their work.  ...  Many of the thoughts incorporated intso this article grew out of the discussions of a reading group we participated in that also included Amy Aaronson, John Black, Keith Bergendorff, Richard Catrambone  ... 
doi:10.1145/7885.7886 fatcat:vpjxgly7v5citjxouzl6ea2t3m

Supporting Students in Choosing a Field of Further Education as an Element of Pedagogical and Psychological Activities in Secondary Education in Poland

Zdzisława Dacko-Pikiewicz
2014 Acta Technologica Dubnicae  
Therefore, it is necessary to ask a question how to prepare young people for the future.  ...  There is a need for people that think and act creatively, and are able to adapt to the continuous and unexpected changes.  ...  The idea is not to give advice-seekers ready-made recipes or solutions to their own problems, but to teach them how to solve them by themselves.  ... 
doi:10.1515/atd-2015-0013 fatcat:nf4fhs6duvcefeez3zpxlsbtcq

Simple heuristics in over-the-counter drug choices: a new hint for medical education and practice

Silvia Riva, Alessandro Antonietti, Marco Monti
2011 Advances in Medical Education and Practice  
This study examined how subjects make their decisions to select an OTC drug, evaluating the role of cognitive heuristics which are simple and adaptive rules that help the decision-making process of people  ...  Many people rely on self-management of medications to treat common medical conditions.  ...  We also thank Marcel Jentsch from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development of Berlin for his valuable help in programming and designing interactive interfaces.  ... 
doi:10.2147/amep.s13004 pmid:23745077 pmcid:PMC3661247 fatcat:dgjyoeemlvh5lbtzqsjh2jjxza

Two Top-Down Approaches of the Public Policy: Similarities, Differences and Ethics of the Bardach's and Kingdon's Perspectives of Policy Process

Yılmaz Şimşek
2012 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
By this review, readers are going to identify and evaluate the similarities, differences and the ethics of the perspectives.  ...  Bardach (2002) gives information for more effective problem solving through his "eightfold path."  ...  According to him, an ethical policy analyst always asks "if people actually were to follow my advice, what might be the costs of my having been wrong?  ... 
doaj:3ad25beda27b44f99ebf9f133ab3d6bf fatcat:ep6siken65dujih7bj3wvm562e
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