Table of Contents

Table of contents are roughly in order of presentation. Papers in the proceedings are roughly in order of submission. Entire 2011 proceedings as pdf .

  1. PLENARY SPEAKER ABSTRACTS
    • TacAir-Soar: The Next Generation (11-BRIMS-001) John Laird, University of Michigan
    • Grounding Simple Heuristics in ACT-R (11-BRIMS-002) Lael Schooler, Max Planck Institute for Human Development
    • Networks of Learners: Linking Network Science and Agent Based Modeling (11-BRIMS-003) Kathleen Carley, Carnegie Mellon University
    • Scalable Representations of Interacting Intentional Agents (11-BRIMS-004) Chris Barrett, Virginia Tech
  2. PAPERS
    • Characterizing the Performance of Applied Intelligent Agents in Soar (11-BRIMS-005) Randolph Jones, Steve Furtwangler, & Mike van Lent
    • Using Domain-Specific Languages to Improve the Scale and Integration of Cognitive Models (11-BRIMS-006) Scott Douglass & Saurabh Mittal
    • Easing Behavior Authoring of Intelligent Entities for Training (11-BRIMS-007) Brad Rosenberg, Michael Furtak, Sean Guarino, Karen Harper, Max Metzger, Scott Neal Reilly, James Niehaus, & Peter Weyhraunch
    • Performance Evaluation of Declarative Memory Systems in Soar (11-BRIMS-008) John Laird, Nate Derbinsky, & Jonathan Voigt
    • Towards Robust Agent Behaviors in Modeling and Simulation: Situation Filling In With Commonsense Knowledge (11-BRIMS-009) Hoe Wai Leong & Kenneth Kwok
    • Inferring User Intent with Bayesian Inverse Planning: Making Sense of Multi-UAS Mission Management (11-BRIMS-010) Brian Riordan, Sylvain Bruni, Nathan Schurr, Jared Freeman, Gabriel Ganberg, Nancy Cooke, & Noel Rima
    • An Instance of What? Determining Cues, Attributes, and Goals in a Virtual Task Environment (11-BRIMS-011) Bradley Best & Nathan Gerhart
    • The Situation Model in the Synthetic Teammate Project (11-BRIMS-012) Stuart Rodgers, Christopher Myers, Jerry Ball, & Mary Freiman
    • A Cognitive Decision Making Model and Its Evaluation on the Radar Task Problem (11-BRIMS-013) Ali Orhan Aydin & Mehmet Alil Orgun
    • A Predictive Model for Self-Motivated Decision-Making Behavior (11-BRIMS-014) Nisheeth Srivastava & Paul Schrater
    • Coalitions in Conflict: Reproducing the Inverted ‘U’ Pattern of Civil Violence (11-BRIMS-015) Ariel Greenberg, Nathan Bos, Jonathon Kopecky, & Max Thomas
    • Modeling Cultural Frame Shifting (11-BRIMS-016) Michael Young
    • Exploring the Impact of a Stochastic Hiring Function in Dynamic Organizations (11-BRIMS-017) Geoffrey Morgan & Kathleen Carley
    • Securing Harbors by Modeling and Classifying Ships’ Behaviors (11-BRIMS-018) Salma Zouaoui, Valerie Roy, Jean-Paul Marmorat, & Nadia Maizi
    • Linking Models of Team Neurophysiologic Synchronies for Engagement and Workload with Measures of Team Communication (11-BRIMS-019) Ronald Stevens, Trysha Galloway, Chris Berka, Adrienne Behneman, Thomas Wohlgemuth, Jerry Lamb, & Robert Buckles
    • Automatically Generating Temporal Logic Properties from Task Analytic Models to Validate Human-device Interfaces Using Model Checking (11-BRIMS-020) Matthew Bolton
    • Cognitive constraints and communication policies: information flow in human peer-to-peer networks (11-BRIMS-021) David Reitter, Katia Sycara, Christian Lebiere, Jerry Vinokurov, Antonio Juarez, & Michael Lewis
    • Modeling Human-Automation Interaction in a Unified Cognitive Architecture (11-BRIMS-022) Junya Morita, Kazuhisa Miwa, Akihiro Maehigashi, Hitoshi Terai, Kazuaki Kojima, & Frank Ritter
    • Validating an HBR Simulation for Training within a Virtual Environment (11-BRIMS-023) Brad Cain, Lochlan Magee, & Andy Belyavin
    • Predicting and Validating Workload in Human-Robot Teams (11-BRIMS-024) Caroline Harriott, Tao Zhang, & Julie Adams
    • Visual Awareness in Combat Models (11-BRIMS-025) Paul Evangelista, John Ruck, Imre Balogh, & Christian Darken
    • Interactive Behavior Modeling for Large-Scale Crowd Simulations (11-BRIMS-026) Ming Lin, Dinesh Manocha, Latika Eifert, & Angel Rodriguez
    • Formative Evaluation of an IUI for Supervisory Control of CGFs (11-BRIMS-027) Glenn Taylor, Brian Stensrud, & Jeffrey Maddox
    • Easy Authoring of Intelligent Tutoring Systems for Synthetic Environments (11-BRIMS-028) Stephen Gilbert, Shrenik Devasani, Sateesh Kodavali, & Stephen Blessing
  3. SHORT TALKS/li>
    • An Abstract Spatial Device for Human Behavior Models, User Performance Data Collection, and Game Control User Interface (11-BRIMS-029) Bruno Emond
    • Simulating Cognitive Phenomena with a Symbolic Dynamical System (11-BRIMS-030) Othalia Larue, Pierre Poirier, & Mickaël Camus
    • Mathematical Capture of Human Crowd Behavioral Data for Computational Model Building, Verification, and Validation (11-BRIMS-031) Elizabeth Mezzacappa, Gordon Cooke, Gladstone Reid, Robert DeMarco, Charles Sheridan, & John Riedener
    • Pilot Behavior Representation for Designing Dynamic Distributed Cooperative Systems on Future Flight Decks (11-BRIMS-032) Frank Rister
    • A3FT- Advanced Accelerated Aircraft Transition Flight Crew Training: A Cognitive Pilot Model – Based Approach (11-BRIMS-033) Frank Rister & Daniel Vogel
    • Modeling a Robotics Operator Manager’s Responsibilities in ACT-R (11-BRIMS-034) Daniel Cassenti, Varun Dutt, Cleotilde Gonzalez, Regina Pomranky, & Bruce Hunn
    • Two-Asset Coalition Games as a Model for Asymmetric Warfare (11-BRIMS-035) Jonathon Kopecky, Nathan Bos, & Ariel Greenberg
    • A Multi-Strategy Spatial Navigation Model in a Text-Based Environment (11-BRIMS-036) Changkun Zhao, Jeremiah Hiam, Jonathan Morgan, & Frank Ritter
    • Multi-layered Logic Bases for Attention Systems in Robotics (11-BRIMS-037) Frederick Ackers, Eric Avery, Darush Davani, & Troy Kelley
    • A Soar Agent for Searching Indoor Environments using a Mobile Robot (11-BRIMS-038) Scott Hanford & Lyle Long
  4. SYMPOSIA
    • Scaling Individual Decision Making Models to Models of Social Networks (11-BRIMS-039) Organizers: Coty Gonzalez & Christian Lebiere; Panelists: Ion Juvina, Ido Erev, Martin Zinkevich, & David Reitter
    • Workload as a Performance Shaping Factor for Human Performance Models (11-BRIMS-040) Organizer: Brian Gore; Panelists: Christopher Wickens, Joe Armstrong, Andrew Belyavin, Robert McCann, & Brian Gore
    • Human Behavior Modeling in Network Science II (11-BRIMS-041) Organizers: Jeffrey Hansberger & Sibel Adali; Panelists: Sahin Cem Geyik, Boleslaw Szymansk, Simon Parsons, & Peter Pirolli
  5. POSTERS
    • Mapping Cognitive Attractors during Submarine Piloting and Navigation (11-BRIMS-042) Ronald Stevens, Trysha Galloway, & Peter Wang
    • The “Fast and Frugal” Cognitive Architecture for Computational Social Simulations (11-BRIMS-043) William Kennedy & Jeffrey Bassett
    • Using Complex Systems Theory to Understand Emergent Behavior (11-BRIMS-044) Walter Warwick & Mike Matessa
    • Resolving a syntactic ambiguity type with semantic memory (11-BRIMS-045) Deryle Lonsdale, Jeremiah McGhee, Tory Anderson, & Nathan Glenn
    • Learning from Examples using CIBRE: a Cognitive Instance-Based Rule Engine (11-BRIMS-046) Bradley Best & Nathan Gerhart
    • Cyber Situation Awareness: Modeling the Security Analyst in a Cyber-attack Scenario Through Instance-based Learning (11-BRIMS-047) Varun Dutt & Coty Gonzalez
    • The ‘Atom’ of Human Cognition: What Cognitive System Theory Identifies as the Core of Intelligence (11-BRIMS-048) Peter Burton
    • Establishment of a process of knowledge extraction in hospital (11-BRIMS-049) Djamila Benhaddouche & Radia Benhaddouche
  6. TUTORIALS
    • Cognitive Robotics using SS-RICS – The Symbolic and Subsymbolic Robotics Intelligence Control System (11-BRIMS-050) Troy Kelley and Eric Avery, Army Research Laboratory
    • Instance-based Learning Tool: Making Instance-based Learning Theory Usable, Transparent, and Understandable (11-BRIMS-051) Coty Gonzalez and Varun Dutt, Carnegie Mellon
    • Multi-Agent Activity Modeling with the Brahms Environment (11-BRIMS-052) Maarten Sierhuis, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC)
  7. SPONSOR PAPERS (Must be downloaded separately)

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