A Model of Team Decision Making Using Situation Awareness
In order for agents to successfully make decisions about task allocations within a team, two elements are essential: (1) a good judgement of the situation, and (2) once the situation is known have a good decision making process to derive and assign tasks that should be performed. Within research on agent systems, little work has been done on the combination of the two. In this paper, a human-based situation awareness model is combined with a decision making procedure (which incorporates task identification and task allocation).
KeywordsSituation Awareness Task Allocation Team Decision Task Determination Fighter Pilot
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