Genetics-based inductive inference model to represent human decision strategies in a supervisory control task

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Abstract

This paper presents a genetics-based inductive inference model to represent human decision strategies in a supervisory control task. It has been suggested that, as task complexity increases, human decision strategies tend to shift from compensatory to noncompensatory ones. Therefore, the key feature of the model is a robust inductive system that utilizes noncompensatory strategy rules. The model utilizes a multi-objective optimization learning method, and seeks to optimize genetic rule set fitness along three dimensions: completeness, specificity and parsimony. Results of model performance on human data collected in a dynamic command-and-control environment suggest that the model is capable of differentiating decision strategies. Implications of model application in other domains are also discussed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationIntelligent Engineering Systems Through Artificial Neural Networks
PublisherASME
Pages305-310
Number of pages6
Volume9
StatePublished - 1999
EventProceedings of the 1999 Artificial Neural Networks in Engineering Conference (ANNIE '99) - St. Louis, MO, USA
Duration: Nov 7 1999Nov 10 1999

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OtherProceedings of the 1999 Artificial Neural Networks in Engineering Conference (ANNIE '99)
CitySt. Louis, MO, USA
Period11/7/9911/10/99

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Software

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