Automating After Action Review: Attributing Blame or Credit in Team Training [report]

Jonathan Gratch, Wenji Mao
2003 unpublished
This paper presents automated methods for facilitating after action review in team training exercises. Much of the learning from team training arises from frank after-the-fact discussions of the exercise, combining individual attributions of blame or credit into a more objective view of what transpired. These individual attributions are social judgments involving not only causality but also explanations of individual responsibility, free will and mitigating circumstances. Such judgments are a
more » ... y aspect of social intelligence and underlie social planning, social learning, natural language pragmatics and computational models of emotion. Here we introduce a computational model of this judgment process based on psychological Attribution Theory and discuss its potential to facilitate after action review in team training.
doi:10.21236/ada460293 fatcat:zpdgzyxc7ncszp3swknkc4qlta