Integrated Cognitive-neuroscience Architectures for Understanding Sensemaking (ICArUS): Phase 2 Challenge Problem Design and Test Specification
MITRE CORP MCLEAN VA
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Phase 2 of the IARPA program ICArUS Integrated Cognitive-neuroscience Architectures for Understanding Sensemaking requires a research problem that poses cognitive challenges of spatial-temporal sensemaking BAA, 2010. The problem serves as a challenge for performers who are building integrated cognitive-neuroscience models, and as a tool for obtaining data from human experiments. This document describes the challenge problem, and outlines the TETest Evaluation approach for evaluating models in Comparative Performance Assessment and Cognitive Fidelity Assessment BAA, 2010. Normative Bayesian solutions to the challenge problem are derived, as needed to support the assessment of human and model performance. Opportunities are also identified for transition of the challenge problem design and results to the geospatial Intelligence Community.
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