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Extending the recognition-primed decision model to support human-agent collaboration

Xiaocong Fan, Shuang Sun, Michale McNeese, John Yen
2005 Proceedings of the fourth international joint conference on Autonomous agents and multiagent systems - AAMAS '05  
However, there has been limited work in incorporating naturalistic decision making models for supporting distributed team decision making.  ...  The aim of this research is to support human decision making teams using cognitive agents empowered by a collaborative Recognition-Primed Decision model.  ...  F49620-00-1-0326, and by funding from the US Army Research Laboratory under the auspices of the Command & Control for Complex and Urban Terrain-Army Technology Objective (C2CUT ATO).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1082473.1082616 dblp:conf/atal/FanSMY05 fatcat:c34bkmyj45apflf3ixocx2et6y

Networked simulations: New paradigms for team performance research

Jeanne L. Weaver, Clint A. Bowers, Eduardo Salas, Janis A. Cannon-bowers
1995 Behavoir research methods, instruments & computers  
In fact, Watson (1990) states that the effective use of teams is "America's best hope" for competition in the worldwide marketplace.  ...  This review emphasizes the capabilities provided by the networks and the types of research concerns for which they are effective.  ...  Team Interactive Decision Exercise for Teams Incorporating Distributed Expertise Another system developed for the investigation of team decision making is the Team Interactive Decision Exercise for Teams  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03203615 fatcat:7sn46nq3fra2bo5e5x3t7maonq

Evaluating the effectiveness of serious games in facilitating strategic decisions-making under COVID-19 crisis conditions

Avo Schönbohm, Tingyue Viktoria Zhang
2021 Journal of Work-Applied Management  
The variety of game elements expands possibilities for different needs.Originality/valueThis paper creatively bridges the gap between strategic decision facilitation and serious gaming in a crisis.  ...  The data were analysed triangularly from the observations, the focus group interviews and the surveys.FindingsA SG facilitates conveying conceptual recession management knowledge and structures the decision-making  ...  Our decision to increase crucial time limits by 25% led to improved medians of questions 11 and 13. This further points to the effectiveness of time pressure and the importance of the right balance.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jwam-03-2021-0024 fatcat:frexdyuqibh7velfc2gzry6bxu

Human-Centered Shipboard Systems and Operations [chapter]

Glenn A. Osga
2005 Handbook of Human Systems Integration  
During the 1990s, the Tactical Decision Making Under Stress (TADMUS) program studied air defense tasks with respect to the identification process and displayed information to support decision making with  ...  This also prohibited the distribution and leveling of workload across the team as originally planned for MMWS.  ...  Thus, currently, the many components of HSI do not drive broader design solutions, and the main tenants of task coverage and dynamic task life-cycle support discussed in this chapter are not widely known  ... 
doi:10.1002/0471721174.ch20 fatcat:itp4ltuz7fhm7b7dhm5kxcypc4

Cognitive Considerations for Health Information Technology [chapter]

Amy Franklin, Jiajie Zhang
2014 Clinical Decision Support  
, facilitates decision making under stress and time pressure, improves communication among clinicians, patients, and teams, and operates within highly usable systems.  ...  These components are linked to different levels of decision making, as they exist under the influence of task or system factors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-398476-0.00022-1 fatcat:dcybhfbk2rgtjooqxigsnwew5a

Perspectives on and problems with computer-mediated teamwork

Rita M. Vick
1998 Sigdoc Asterisk  
Discussions of the author's experiences as facilitator of an electronic meeting room facility, structure and uses of teams in the workplace, computer support for work teams, ways that teams learn, researched  ...  The technologies facilitating this virtual workplace include groupware for workflow process management and distributed meeting support.  ...  focus of this discussion is on products designed for group problem-solving and decision-making which have variously been called decision support systems (DSS), group decision support systems (GDSS), distributed  ... 
doi:10.1145/291391.291392 fatcat:4qqsfx3tjzdoplfdt3cfpdg3tq

Non-invasive electrical cardiometry cardiac output monitoring during prehospital helicopter emergency medical care: a feasibility study

Cornelis Slagt, Sjoerd Servaas, Rein Ketelaars, Geert-Jan van Geffen, Marijn Cornelia Theresia Tacken, Corien Alexandra Verrips, Lonneke Ankie Marcel Baggen, Gert Jan Scheffer, Lucas Theodorus van Eijk
2021 Journal of clinical monitoring and computing  
In our view it is an promising candidate for the prehospital setting. Further research is needed to determine its clinical value during clinical decision making.  ...  Furthermore, the SQI value distribution of the measurements within each patient was analysed.  ...  Data were assessed for normal distribution using the D'Agostino & Pearson omnibus normality test. Not normally distributed data were analysed using the Mann Whitney test.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10877-021-00657-5 pmid:33486570 pmcid:PMC9122859 fatcat:rmc3aohb7re5ldfuyepjis6gri

Diabetes Information Technology: Designing Informatics Systems to Catalyze Change in Clinical Care

William T. Lester, Adrian H. Zai, Henry C. Chueh, Richard W. Grant
2008 Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology  
After defining the components of diabetes disease management, the authors present an eight-step conceptual framework to guide the development of more effective diabetes information technology systems for  ...  Increasing pressures on health care networks to meet standards of diabetes care have created an environment where information technology systems for diabetes management are often created under duress,  ...  Health care delivery is under tremendous time pressure.  ... 
doi:10.1177/193229680800200218 pmid:19885355 pmcid:PMC2771488 fatcat:awtw2ifzdvbyffnk3ui4r4yjme

Engineering Change Management in Distruted Environment with PDM/PLM Support [chapter]

Joze Tavcar, Joze Duhovnik
2006 Manufacturing the Future  
A clear decision-making structure helps to speed up decision-making and EC process (Vilsmeier, 2005) . Distributed EC teams change their team members often.  ...  Decision-making in a distributed engineering change management teams Decision-making is the bottleneck point during the ECM process. Work is more efficient if decisions are made by one person.  ...  This chapter is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike-3.0 License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction for non-commercial purposes, provided  ... 
doi:10.5772/5068 fatcat:rp6gdtroxzddjhlbd5v24goosu

Designing healthcare information technology to catalyse change in clinical care

William Lester, Adrian Zai, Richard Grant, Henry Chueh
2008 Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics  
The authors present a review of disease management as well as a conceptual framework to guide the development of more effective health information technology (HIT) tools for translating clinical information  ...  However, current computerised reminder and decision support interventions directed at changing physician behaviour have had only a limited and variable effect on clinical outcomes.  ...  Healthcare delivery is under tremendous time pressure.  ... 
doi:10.14236/jhi.v16i1.670 fatcat:67mjv3yhzzacbajcarw6caovlq

Public Awareness and Education for Flooding Disasters [chapter]

Leon J. M. Rothkrantz, Siska Fitrianie
2018 Crisis Management - Theory and Practice  
The first prototype of the MOOC was tested on a group of students of the Technical Universities of Prague and Delft. The test results will be reported.  ...  Participants can also play roles in the crisis management team to increase the sensitivity of the complexity of a flooding crisis and its measurements.  ...  Management crisis team can use this information posted on social media to improve the context awareness, to detect signs of panic in the community or to assess ongoing topics and for supporting the decision-making  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.74534 fatcat:ask5ikvmvfdkvkh4xeqm6jvvw4

Human Factors in Production Systems [chapter]

Philipp Brauner, Martina Ziefle
2014 Lecture Notes in Production Engineering  
data sets and to make decisions whose effects are increasingly difficult to forecast.  ...  The paper concludes with a set of guidelines and methods for the usercentred development of applications for Industry 4.0.  ...  The German Research Foundation (DFG) funded the presented projects (Cluster of Excellence "Integrative Production Technology for High Wage Countries").  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-12304-2_14 fatcat:rxhk2awvujcuvbapgwp2wtzxta

Motivational misalignment on an iconic infrastructure project

Timothy Rose, Karen Manley
2010 Building Research & Information  
The paper provides a case study of an iconic infrastructure project undertaken in Australia between 2002 and 2004.  ...  Despite the potential benefits of effective alignment, there is still little information about optimally designing procurement approaches that promote motivation towards 'above BAU' goals.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to acknowledge the financial support of Cooperative Research Centre for Construction Innovation, Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09613210903503741 fatcat:kcui5kt5dfdazawbwuhbjegruq

Training for emergency response with RimSim:Response!

Bruce D. Campbell, Konrad A. Schroder, Dawn A. Trevisani
2009 Modeling and Simulation for Military Operations IV  
We present initial findings from interacting with a wide variety of mixed agent simulation sessions and make the software available for others to perform their own experiments.  ...  Since developing and promoting a Pacific Rim community emergency response simulation software platform called RimSim, the PARVAC team at the University of Washington has developed a variety of first responder  ...  funding and support for the RimSim project.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.819337 fatcat:elrmofgew5cxro3d7if4oqzyqa

Visible but Unseen?

Arnvør á Torkilsheyggi, Morten Hertzum
2015 Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing - CSCW '15  
We investigate this use of the whiteboard through observations and informal interviews in the ED and analyze the ability of the whiteboard to support coordination and awareness in the work with blood tests  ...  We do however also find that the whiteboard safeguarded the work with blood tests against some risks by making blood-test information socially visible.  ...  We want to thank Gustav From, who participated in the planning of the study and facilitated access to the ED and the MD. Special thanks are due to the observed and interviewed clinicians.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2675133.2675228 dblp:conf/cscw/TorkilsheyggiH15 fatcat:6lv2cghggbgkdaz6sgqb3zphlm
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