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MoCog1: a computer simulation of recognition-primed human decision making

William B. Gevarter

MoCog1: a computer simulation of recognition-primed human decision making

by William B. Gevarter

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cognition.,
  • Computerized simulation.,
  • Decision making.,
  • Human behavior.,
  • Mental performance.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam B. Gevarter.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 107872.
    ContributionsAmes Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16128116M

    Recognition-Primed Decision Model, 33 Military Decision Making, 37 Computational Techniques for Implementing the CJTF Decision Process, 40 Summary of the State-of-the-Art, 53 Case Studies, 54 Summary, 81 Key Terms, 82 Exercises, 83 References, 83 Appendix: A Decision Scenario and Associated Data, 88 3 Transportation 93 R.   This intuitive decision making is similar to case-based reasoning (Schank, ), and there is empirical support for the model (e.g., Klein et al., ). That the individuals engaged in intuitive decision making 80% of the time or more shows that intuitive cognition dominated in these field by:

    You will learn about NDM (Naturalistic Decision Making)/RPD (Recognition Primed Model) as it can apply to the developement of decision support systems and command and control systems. DoD has used these concepts to develop collaborative and DSS applications that decision /5(63). This categorization may be traced to early work from Wason in 14 and decades of research since, recently popularized by Kahneman's book Thinking, Fast and Slow. 15 A parallel set of approaches comes from a school of thought termed naturalistic decision making, 16,17 in which one well-known model is called recognition-primed decision making.

      A software model of the ''Sensor Shooter'' scenario from Desert Storm was developed in which the framework consisted of a computational instantiation of Recognition Primed Decision Making in the context of a Naturalistic Decision Making model [1]. Recognition Primed Decision Making was augmented with an underlying foundation based on our. Recognition-primed decision making (Klein, ) involves rapid pattern matching to the situation, one of the powerful properties of fast, subconscious systems. A report from the National Academies This work has taken a perspective very different from the older descriptions of human-computer systems in which the various skills and.


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MoCog1: a computer simulation of recognition-primed human decision making by William B. Gevarter Download PDF EPUB FB2

The results of the first stage of a research effort to develop a 'sophisticated' computer model of human cognitive behavior are described. Most human decision. The development of the architecture and computer program (MoCog1) associated with such 'recognition-primed' decision making is discussed.

The resultant computer program was successfully utilized as a vehicle to simulate earlier findings that relate how an individual's implicit theories orient the individual toward particular goals, with resultant cognitions, affects, and behavior in. This report describes the development of the architecture and computer program associated with such 'recognition-primed' decision-making.

The resultant computer program was successfully utilized as a vehicle to simulate findings that relate how an individual's implicit theories orient them toward particular goals, with resultant cognitions, affects, and behavior in response to their environment.

Get this from a library. MoCog1: a computer simulation of recognition-primed human decision making. [William B Gevarter; Ames Research Center.]. The development, considering emotions, of the architecture and computer program associated with such 'recognition-primed' decision-making is described.

The resultant computer program (MoCog1) was successfully utilized as a vehicle to simulate earlier findings that relate how an individual's implicit theories orient the individual toward particular goals, with resultant cognitions, affects, and behavior in Author: William B.

Gevarter. Get this from a library. MoCogl: a computer simulation of recognition-primed human decision making, considering emotions. [William B Gevarter; United. This report describes the successful results of the first stage of a research effort to develop a 'sophisticated' computer model of human cognitive behavior.

Most human decision-making is of the experience-based, relatively straight-forward, largely automatic, type of response to internal goals and drives, utilizing cues and opportunities perceived from the current : William B.

Gevarter. One conceptual model of the latter is the Recognition Primed Decision (RPD) model (Klein, ). According to this model, decision making in naturalistic contexts entails a situational pattern-recognition process which, if subsequent expectancies are confirmed, lead the decision maker to render a decision to engage in a given course of action.

RPDM considers decision-making as a synthesis of three phenomenal abilities of the human mind. The first is one’s use of experience to recognize a situation and suggest appropriate responses. In this paper, we present HumDPM, a decision process model for virtual agents, which incorporates two important factors of human decision making in time-critical situations: experience and emotion.

In HumDPM, rather than relying on deliberate rational analysis, an agent makes its decisions by matching past experience cases to the current by:   The present work proposes a model that has potential to be used as a realization of Klein’s recognition-primed decision model for human decision-making in emergencies.

The present work proposes, for the first time, concrete scientific methods that can be used to address the modelling of philosophical modalities of RPDM in a pragmatic setting by also providing a case study as an : Syed Nasir Danial, Jennifer Smith, Brian Veitch, Faisal Khan. Recognition-primed decision making has been used to describe the behavior of experts in naturalistic : Marc Resnick.

A Comparative Study of Team and Individual Decision Making [microform] / Barbara D. Lopossa; MoCog1: a computer simulation of recognition-primed human decision making [microform] / William B.

Gevarter; Medical thinking: the psychology of medical judgment and decision making / by Steven Schwartz, Timothy. Introduction. As discussed in (Moffat,Taylor and Lane, ), the UK MoD and Dstl have together put significant effort into building a world class capability in Defence-related constructive simulation modelling (i.e.

computer models of conflict which run without human intervention).This capability spans the range from peacekeeping to Warfighting, and from tactical, low level Cited by: 9.

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. We are exploring the enhancement of models of agent behaviour with more “human-like” decision making strategies than are presently available.

Our motivation is to build multi-agent based simulations of human societies that would exhibit more realistic simulation by:   Analytical decision making strategies rely on weighing pros and cons of multiple options in an unbounded rationality manner.

Contrary to these strategies, recognition primed decision (RPD) model which is a primary naturalistic decision making (NDM) approach assumes that experienced and professional decision makers when encounter problems in real operating conditions are able to use Cited by: Most studies of decision-making treat humans like rats in a laboratory.

But Dr. Klein, a cognitive psychologist, spent a decade watching fire commanders, fighter pilots, paramedics, and others making split-second decisions on the job, and this book is a clear and engaging account of his by: Sources of Power: How People Make Decisions (The MIT Press) Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(62). Panel on Modeling Human Behavior and Command Decision Making: Representations for Military Simulatio This report represents the findings of an month study conducted by the Panel on Modeling Human Behavior & Command Decision Making: Representation for Military Simulations.

A book that had a major negative impact on the growth of cognitive psychology was. Computer simulation program 3) Measure of sufficiency 4) Insight. Decision-making models that allow attractive attributes to compensate for unattractive ones are called. false.COSIMO: A cognitive simulation model of human decision making and behavior in accident management of complex plants.

IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 22 (5), – CrossRef.Most of what you know about decision-making is wrong but you'll have to read the book to find out why.

Face it about eighty percent of what you know about decision-making is useless. The thesis of this book is that we make decisions based on patterns (recognition primed decision or RPD)/5(88).