Table of Contents
Table of contents are roughly in order of presentation. Papers in the proceedings are roughly in order of submission. Whole 2010 proceedings as pdf .
- PLENARY SPEAKERS
- SPONSOR PRESENTATIONS
- 10-BRIMS-119 Reducing the variability between novice modelers: Results of a tool for human performance modeling produced through human-centered design
Bonnie John. 95-102.
- 10-BRIMS-153 Plan, replan and plan to replan: Algorithms for robust courses of action under strategic uncertainty
Maciej Latek & Seyed Mussavi Rizi. 289-295.
- 10-BRIMS-111 Projecting grammatical features in nominals: Cognitive processing theory & computational implementation
Jerry Ball. 55-62.
- 10-BRIMS-128 Modeling the control of attention in complex visual displays
Kelly Steelman-Allen & Jason McCarley. 140-145.
- 10-BRIMS-131 Modeling behavioral activities related to IED perpetration
Lora Weiss, Elizabeth Whitaker, Erica Briscoe & Ethan Trewhitt. 162-169.
- 10-BRIMS-108 Modeling complex social behavior: A system dynamics approach
John Sokolowski & Catherine Banks. 37-46.
- 10-BRIMS-142 Process modeling for the study of non-state political violence
Olivier Georgeon, Jonathan Morgan, John Horgan & Kurt Braddock. 240-247.
- 10-BRIMS-138 A hybrid model of ethnic conflict, repression, insurgency and social strife
Stacy Lovell Pfautz & Michael Salwen. 211-215.
- 10-BRIMS-113 Dynamic data and modeling services suite
Tina Chau, Alexander Moore, Richard Mullikin & Janet Wedgwood. 65-72.
- 10-BRIMS-103 Identification and application of neurophysiologic synchronies for studying the dynamics of teamwork
Ronald Stevens, Trysha Galloway, Chris Berka & Adrienne Behneman. 21-28.
- 10-BRIMS-140 Improving usability and integration of human behavior representation engineering across cognitive modeling, human factors, and modeling and simulation best practices
Sylvain Pronovost & Robert West. 224-231.
- 10-BRIMS-152 Extracting the ontological structure of OpenCyc for reuse and portability of cognitive models
Bradley Best, Nathan Gerhart & Christian Lebiere. 282-288.
- 10-BRIMS-144 Taxonomy and method for handling large and diverse sets of interactive objects in immersive environment
David Pietrocola & Barry Silverman. 256-262.
- 10-BRIMS-136 Shifts of critical personnel in network centric organizations
Craig Schreiber, Kathleen Carley & Jeffrey Hansberger. 195-202.
- 10-BRIMS-151 An agent-based model of conflict in East Africa and the effect of watering holes
William Kennedy, Atesmachew Hailegiorgis, Mark Rouleau, Jeffrey Bassett, Mark Coletti, Gabriel Balan & Tim Gulden. 274-281.
- 10-BRIMS-143 Resistance is futile: Winning lemonade market share through metacognitive reasoning in a three-agent cooperative game
David Reitter, Ion Juvina, Andrea Stocco & Christian Lebiere. 248-255.
- 10-BRIMS-126 Modeling the theory of planned behavior from survey data for action choice in social simulations
Jonathan Alt & Stephen Lieberman. 126-133.
- 10-BRIMS-137 Social identity modeling: Past work and relevant issues for socio-cultural modeling
Jonathon Kopecky, Nathan Bos & Ariel Greenberg. 203-210.
- 10-BRIMS-130 Cognitive model exploration and optimization: A new challenge for computational science
L. Richard Moore Jr. 154-161.
- 10-BRIMS-145 Sailing to the modelís Edge: Testing the limits of parameter space and scaling
Amy Santamaria & Walter Warwick. 263-269.
- 10-BRIMS-139 Modeling situation awareness for Army infantry platoon leaders using fuzzy cognitive mapping techniques
Rashaad Jones, Erik Connors, Mary Mossey, John Hyatt, Neil Hansen & Mica Endsley. 216-223.
- 10-BRIMS-134 Modeling human eye-movements for military simulations
Patrick Jungkunz & Christian Darken. 179-186.
- 10-BRIMS-155 Adapting the taxon-task-taxon methodology to model the impacts of chemical protective gear
Shane Mueller, George Anno, Corey Fallon, Gene McClellan, & Owen Price. 304-309.
- 10-BRIMS-129 Collaboration and modeling support in CogLaborate
Reuben Cornel, Robert St. Amant & Jeff Shrager. 146-153.
- SHORT TALKS
- 10-BRIMS-112 Modeling a visual search task with a secondary task in IMPRINT
Carolyn Buck-Gengler, William Raymond, Alice Healy, & Lyle Bourne, Jr. 63-64.
- 10-BRIMS-147 Applying the Human Behavior Architecture in the simulation of a networked command, control and communication structure
Walter Warwick. 272-273.
- 10-BRIMS-156 Prediction intervals for future performance
Kelly Addis, Michael Krusmark, Tiffany Jastrzembsk, Kevin Gluck & Stuart Rodgers. 310-311.
- 10-BRIMS-161 Evaluating behavior modeling toolsets
Jennifer Pagan, Beth Wheeler Atkinson & Melissa Walwanis Nelson. 319-320.
- 10-BRIMS-114 Dynamic Data and Modeling Services Suite
Tina Chau, Alexander Moore, Richard Mullikin & Janet Wedgwood. 73-74.
- 10-BRIMS-166 Policy analysis using Q-learning
Ceyhun Eksin. 321-326
- 10-BRIMS-115 Tactical behavior composition
Evan Clark, Joel Eichelberger & Jeffrey Smith. 75-82.
- 10-BRIMS-121 Levy Distributed Search Behaviors for mobile target locating and tracking
William Lenagh & Prithviraj Dasgupta. 103-109.
- 10-BRIMS-133 Imperfect situation awareness: Representing error and uncertainty in modeling, simulation & analysis of small unit military operations
Victor Middleton. 170-178.
BRIMS CONFERENCE COMMITTEE 2010
Conference Chair: Tiffany Jastrzembski, Air Force Research Laboratory
Joe Armstrong, CAE, Publicity Committee
Sheila Banks, Calculated Insight
Brad Best, Adaptive Cognitive Systems, Technical Program Co-Chair
Brad Cain, Defence Research and Development Canada, Publicity Committee
Andrew Cowell, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Nathan Denny, 21st Century Systems, BRIMS Wiki Co-Lead
Uwe Dompke, NATO C3, Publicity Committee
Avelino Gonzalez, University of Central Florida
Coty Gonzalez, Carnegie Mellon University, Paper Review Co-Chair
Jeff Hansberger, Army Research Laboratory,
Troy Kelley, Army Research Laboratory
Bill Kennedy, George Mason University, Technical Program Co-Chair
Christian Lebiere, Carnegie Mellon University, Publicity Committee
Bharat Patel, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, UK
Frank Ritter, Pennsylvania State University, Technical Program Co-Chair
Barry Silverman, University of Pennsylvania, Tutorial Chair
Lt Col David Sonntag, Asian Office of Aerospace Research and Development, BRIMS Wiki Lead
Webb Stacy, Aptima, Publicity Committee
Michael Van Lent, SoarTech
Walter Warwick, Alion, Paper Review Co-Chair
Poster & Exhibits Program-Jeanne Eury/Lodestar Group
The BRIMS Conference thanks the following sponsors for their continued support for this year’s Conference.
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
Army Research Institute (ARI)
Army Research Laboratory (ARL)
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
Office of Naval Research (ONR)
Natick Soldier Research, Development, & Engineering Center (NSC)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)
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