A Reference Model of Soldier Attention and Behavior
Alt, Jonathan K.
Darken, Christian J.
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This research expands entity level representation of situation awareness and behavior. Building on previous work, the researchers developed an integrated and tractable modeling framework for the representation of a soldier's visual attention, situational awareness, and target acqusition ptior to a close range encounter, as well as the soldier's initial action choice. The researchers developed data to populate the model through subject matter expert questionnaires and a live virtual experiment. The resulting algorithms provide insight into soldier action of choice on contact. These and other aspects of the model have been coded for demonstration as a proof of principle, while work on the full reference model continues.
Proceedings of Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS) 2008.pdf
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