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Vegt, N.J.H. (author)
The possibilities of applying game elements for positive behavior change in non-game contexts (i.e. gamification) seem limitless, ranging from politics to treatment of mental illness. However, the number of applied gamification studies is still limited. Our research (part of CRISP G-Motiv) aimed to contribute to the knowledge about designing and...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Suprapto, M. (author)
Project practitioners have increasingly recognized the importance of collaborative relationships to ensure successful executions of projects. However, the ability to sustain and consistenly drive real collaborative attitudes and behavior for achieving the desired outcomes remains of enduring practical difficulty. This research shows that real...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Datcu, D. (author), Lukosch, S.G. (author), Lukosch, H.K. (author), Cidota, M.A. (author)
The performance of operational teams in the security domain relies on quick and adequate exchange of context-related information. Currently, this information exchange is mainly based on oral communication. This paper reports on different scenarios from the security domain in which augmented reality (AR) techniques are used to support such...
journal article 2015
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Wei, C. (author)
Multi-robot teams have potential advantages over a single robot. Robots in a team can serve different functionalities, so a team of robots can be more efficient, robust and reliable than a single robot. In this dissertation, we are in particular interested in human level intelligent multi-robot teams. Social deliberation should be taken into...
doctoral thesis 2015
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De Greef, T.E. (author), Leveringhaus, A. (author)
Advanced warfare technologies (AWT) create unprecedented capabilities to control the delivery of military force up to the point, some argue, that we are loosing humanity. But dependence on them generates difficult moral challenges impacting the decision-making process, which are only beginning to be addressed. In order to arrive at an informed...
journal article 2015
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Johnson, M.J. (author)
Coactive Design breaks with traditional approaches by focusing on effective management of the interdependencies among human-machine team members. Providing support for interdependence enables members of a human-machine team to recognize problems and adapt. Support for a variety of interdependence relations makes a team flexible. Flexibility, in...
doctoral thesis 2014
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Casakin, H. (author), Van Timmeren, A. (author)
Analogical reasoning can be seen as an important aid in problem solving, and architectural design problem solving in particular. Analogical reasoning was found to be an important aid supporting architectural education. In this paper we explored the use of visual and verbal analogies in the early phases of the design process when student...
conference paper 2014
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Harbers, M. (author), Jonker, C.M. (author), Van Riemsdijk, M.B. (author)
Teamwork between humans and intelligent systems gains importance with the maturing of agent and robot technology. In the social sciences, sharedness of mental models is used to explain and understand teamwork. To use this concept for developing teams that include agents, we propose contextsensitive sharedness criteria. These criteria specify how...
conference paper 2014
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Harbers, M. (author), Aydogan, R. (author), Jonker, C.M. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author)
Human teamwork can be supported by agent technology by providing each human team member with an agent that monitors, supports and advices the human. The agent can, for example, monitor the human’s workload, and share that information with (agents of) other team members so that work can be distributed effectively. However, though sharing...
conference paper 2014
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Johnson, M. (author), Bradshaw, J.M. (author), Feltovich, P.J. (author), Jonker, C.M. (author), Van Riemsdijk, M.B. (author), Sierhuis, M. (author)
Coactive Design is a new approach to address the increasingly sophisticated roles that people and robots play as the use of robots expands into new, complex domains. The approach is motivated by the desire for robots to perform less like teleoperated tools or independent automatons and more like interdependent teammates. In this article, we...
journal article 2014
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Horsch, C.H.G. (author), Smets, N.J.J.M. (author), Neerincx, M.A. (author), Cuijpers, R.H. (author)
In urban search and rescue (USAR) situations resources are limited and workload is high. Robots that act as team players instead of tools could help in these situations. A Virtual Reality (VR) experiment was set up to test if team performance of a human-robot team increases when the robot act as such a team player. Three robot settings were...
conference paper 2013
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De Greef, T. (author)
This dissertation promotes a focus shift from automation extending human capabilities to automation partnering with the human. Highly automated systems tend to be incompatible with humans, leading to degradations in performance that may lead to serious problems in high-risk professional domains, such as the Navy and Urban Search and Rescue. This...
doctoral thesis 2012
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Bos, A. (author), Tonino, J.F.M. (author), De Weerdt, M.M. (author), Witteveen, C. (author)
We introduce a computational framework, consisting of resources, skills, goals and services to represent the plans of individual agents and to develop models and algorithms for cooperation processes between a collection of agents.
conference paper 2000
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