Table of Contents

Table of contents are roughly in order of presentation. Papers in the proceedings are roughly in order of submission. Entire 2012 proceedings as pdf .

    • Time to Get Real in Sociocultural Behavioral Research and Engineering: The Rubber is Hitting the Road Across the DoD (12-BRIMS-001) CAPT Dylan Schmorrow, Office of the Secretary of Defense
    • Using Behavior Representation Models in Risk-Driven Design (12-BRIMS-002 Frank Ritter, Pennsylvania State University
    • Predicting Crime Patterns with Behaviorally Grounded Mathematical Models (12-BRIMS-003) Jeff Brantingham, UCLA
    • Making Sense of Sensemaking: From Neural to Social Networks (12-BRIMS-004) Peter Pirolli, Palo Alto Research Center
    • Accelerating the Evolution of Cognitive Architectures (12-BRIMS-005) Organizer: Kevin Gluck; Panelists: Rick Lewis, Sashank Varma, & Paul Rosenbloom
    • Modeling Explicit and Implicit Ties within an Organization: A Multiple Model Integration (12-BRIMS-006) Geoffrey Morgan & Kathleen Carley
    • Socio-Cognitive Networks: Modeling the Effects of Space and Memory on Generative Social Structures (12-BRIMS-007) Changkun Zhao, Ryan Kaulakis, Jonathan Morgan, Jeremiah Hiam, Frank Ritter, & Geoffrey Morgan
    • The Organizational Dynamics of Submarine Piloting and Navigation Teams (12-BRIMS-008) Ronald Stevens & Trysha Galloway
    • Simulating the Emergence of Conventions in Small-World Networks (12-BRIMS-009) Roland Muehlenbernd & Michael Franke
    • A Comparison of Rule-Based versus Exemplar-Based Categorization Using the ACT-R Architecture (12-BRIMS-010) Matthew Rutledge-Taylor, Christian Lebiere, Robert Thomson, James Staszewski, & John Anderson
    • Evaluation of Two Intelligent Tutoring System Authorizing tool Paradigms: Graphical User Interface-Based and Text-Based (12-BRIMS-011) Shrenik Devasani, Stephen Gilbert, & Stephen Blessing
    • Implementing Spatial Awareness in an Environment-Agnostic Agent (12-BRIMS-012) Simon Gay, Olivier Georgeon, & Jong Kim
    • Understanding Sensemaking Using Functional Architectures (12-BRIMS-013) Robert Thomson, Christian Lebiere, Matthew Rutledge-Taylor, James Staszewski, & John Anderson
    • Towards Adding a Physiological Substrate to ACT-R (12-BRIMS-014) Christopher Dancy, Frank Ritter, & Keith Berry
    • Predicting and Classifying Pedestrian Behavior Using an Integrated Cognitive Architecture (12-BRIMS-015) Unmesh Kurup, Christian Lebiere, Anthony Stentz, & Martial Hebert
    • Learning & Prediction in Relational Time Series (12-BRIMS-016) Terence Tan & Chris Darken
    • Modeling Socially Transmitted Affordances: A Computational Model of Behavioral Adoption Testbed Against Archival Data from the Stanford Prison Experiment (12-BRIMS-017) Benjamin Nye
    • Conquest, Contact, and Convention: Simulating the Norman Invasion’s Impact on Linguistic Usage (12-BRIMS-018)) Jason Quinley & Roland Muehlenbernd
    • Social Network Analysis and Simulation of the Development of Adversarial Networks (12-BRIMS-019) Razvan Orendovici & Frank Ritter
    • Soldiers, Robots, and Local Population – Modeling Cross-Cultural Values in a Peacekeeping Scenario (12-BRIMS-020) Saad Khan, Taranjeet Singh Bhatia, & Ladislau Boloni
    • Effect of Decreasing Accuracy in the Temporal Processor for Attention Switches in a Complex Dual Task (12-BRIMS-021) Brian McClimens & Derek Brock
    • Who Says it Best? A Comparison of Four different Dialog Management Systems (12-BRIMS-022) James Hollister, Shane Parker, Avelino Gonzalez, & Ron DeMara
    • Smart Bandits in Air-to-Air Combat Training: Combining Different Behavioural Models in a Common Architecture (12-BRIMS-023) Jan Joris Roessingh, Robbert-Jan Merk, Pieter Huibers, Remco Meiland, & Roel Rijken
    • Model Decomposition for Reprogrammable Adversaries (12-BRIMS-024) Sean Guarino, Eli Stickgold, Richard Ho, Jonathan Pfautz, & Samuel Mahoney
    • Building a Seeing Machine (12-BRIMS-025) Yunfeng Li, Tadamasa Sawada, & Zygmunt Pizlo
    • A Demonstration for BRiMS: New Enhancements to MindModeling@Home Project (12-BRIMS-026) Jack Harris, Thomas Mielke, Rick Moore, Clayton Stanley, & Thomas Olaes
    • Annual Cognitive Modeling Competition (12-BRIMS-027) Kevin Gluck
    • Effects of Load on Movement-Related Operational Tasks in Agent-Based Constructive Simulation (12-BRIMS-028) Daniel Rice, Mitha Andra, Cortney Kasuba, Alexander Kennedy, & Adam Peloquin
    • A Preliminary Assessment of Adversary Behaviour Using Synthetic Environments (12-BRIMS-029) Andrew Green & Beejal Mistry
    • Reasoning, Planning, and Goal Seeking: A Cognitive Architecture for Small Combat Unit Constructive Simulation (12-BRIMS-030) Peter Amstutz, Mitha Andra, & Daniel Rice
    • Towards a Speech Capable Intelligent Semi-Automated Force (12-BRIMS-031) Joseph Reni, Jennifer Pagan, & Melissa Walwanis
    • Using Micro-Architectures of Cognition to Model Macro-Cognitive Systems: A Warfighting Video Game Example (12-BRIMS-032) Sylvain Pronovost & Robert West
    • Adjust Distance for Facilitating Better Creation through Memory Lost Control (12-BRIMS-033) Yu Xiong & Yukio Ohsawa
    • Game Information Dynamics and its Application to Congkak and Othello (12-BRIMS-034) Hiroyuki Iida, Takeo Nakagawa, Nguyen Quoc Huy, Siti Mardhiah Hasdi, Nur Husna Azizul, Apimuk Muangkasem, Shogo Sone, & Taichi Ishitobi
    • Data-Driven Modeling of Target Human Behavior in Military Operations (12-BRIMS-035) Elizabeth Mezzacappa, Gordon Cooke, Gladstone Reid, Robert DeMarco, Charles Sheridan, & John Riedener
    • Driving with Smith: A Scenario-Aware Driver Model for Driving Simulation (12-BRIMS-036) Zhitao Xiong, Oliver Carsten, Anthony Cohn, & Hamish Jamson
    • A Methodology for Composing Behaviour Models for Military Simulations (12-BRIMS-037) David Unrau & Bruno Emond
    • Adaptive Decision-making for Distributed Assets (ADDA) (12-BRIMS-038) Stacy Pfautz
    • Behavior Modeling and Classification via Probabilistic Context Free Grammars (12-BRIMS-039) Sahin Geyik & Boleslaw Szymanski
    • Data-Driven Modeling of Human Behavior (12-BRIMS-040) John Riedener & Elizabeth Mezzacappa
    • Modeling Resilient Submarine Decision Making (12-BRIMS-041) Robert Stark, Michael Farry, Wayne Thornton, Arthur Wollocko, David Woods, & Alex Morison
    • NATO RTO HFM 209 - Emotion and Attitude in Constructive Modelling (12-BRIMS-042) Wouter Lotens & Brad Cain
    • D2P/CLS A Tutor for Combat Lifesavers (12-BRIMS-043) J. Nicholas Hobbs, Frank Ritter, & Jonathan Morgan
    • Cognitive Systems and the Soar Architecture (12-BRIMS-044) Randy Jones, Soar Technologies
    • Network-Centric Simulation and Virtual Experimentation (12-BRIMS-045) Geoffrey Morgan and Kathleen Carley, Carnegie Mellon
    • Practical Aspects of Running Experiments with Human Participants (12-BRIMS-046) Frank Ritter and Jonathan Morgan, Penn State

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