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Simulating Human Characteristics for Operational Studies.
DEFENCE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION CANBERRA (AUSTRALIA)
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The effect of errors in models of human response on the outcome of a simulated sequence of events can be significantly large compared to the precision with which physical events are typically modelled. The effects of such errors can accumulate when events are propagated up and down a command and control chain. For a simulation of a system to be realistic, the products of simulated human decisions should be available in accordance with human cognitive limitations and at human rates of response. An approach to structuring simulations of human tactical response is proposed. This approach requires pre-processing of the simulation procedures to establish their cognitive resource loading for different levels of simulated expertise. Run-time processes are also required to regulate access of behaviour algorithms to simulated cognitive resources, and to dynamically adjust those resources as a function of stress.
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