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Type of publication:Techreport
Entered by:JOSM
TitleCoordination and Collaboration in Human Agent Teams
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Year published 2005
Month December
Institution TNO Defence, Safety and Security
Keywords human-agent teams
Abstract
The insertion of intelligent agents as active participants in an organization will significantly alter team dynamics in general, and will transform standard command teams into adaptive human agent teams. In order to benefit from the adaptive capabilities that this new type of organization promises, we need collaboration schemes between human and artificial actors that harmonize with their respective competences and demands. This paper explores various types of human agent teams, with a focus on the issues involved with designing dynamic task allocation and proper human agent collaboration. To this end, we introduce a taxonomy of human agent team types and elaborate on the issues and challenges involved with each type.
Authors
Neef, Martijn
Meyer, Andre
van der Vecht, Bob
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