Human-in-the-Loop Simulations

Methods and Practice

By Ling Rothrock , S. Narayanan

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Describing current research trends, this book is a compilation of articles from experts in the design, development, and use of human-in-the-loop simulations. It investigates the complexities of human-related interactions from a holistic, systems perspective.

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-8572-9882-9
  • 269 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: September 15, 2011
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $179.00
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Human-in-the-Loop Simulations is a compilation of articles from experts in the design, development, and use of human-in-the-loop simulations.The first section of the handbook consists of papers on fundamental concepts in human-in-the-loop simulations, such as object-oriented simulation development, interface design and development, and performance measurement. The second section includes papers from researchers who utilized HITL simulations to inform models of cognitive processes to include decision making and metacognition. The last section describes human-in-the-loop processes for complex simulation models in trade space exploration and epidemiological analyses. Human-in-the-Loop Simulations is a useful tool for multiple audiences, including graduate students and researchers in engineering and computer science.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. 1. Interactive Simulations: History, Features, and Trends.
  2. 2. Performance Measurement and Evaluation in Human
  3. in
  4. the
  5. Loop Simulations.
  6. 3. Virtual and Constructive Simulations with the GRBIL Modeling Tool.
  7. 4. An Integrated Pedestrian Behavior Model Based on Extended Decision Field Theory and Social Force Model.
  8. 5. Determining the Number of Simulation Runs: Treating Simulations as Theories by Not Sampling Their Behavior.
  9. 6. Training for Metacognition in Simulated Environments.
  10. 7. Trade Space Exploration: Assessing the Benefits of Putting Designers “Back
  11. in
  12. the
  13. Loop” During Engineering Optimization.
  14. 8. Analyzing Global Epidemiology of Diseases Using Human
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  16. the
  17. Loop Bio
  18. Simulations.
  19. 9. Aiding Understanding of a Contested Information Environment's Effect on Operations.
  20. 10. Interactive Model
  21. Based Decision Making for Time
  22. Critical Vehicle Routing.
  23. 11. PerFECT: An Automated Framework for Training on the Fly.
  24. 12. Evaluating Human Interaction with Automation in a Complex UCAV Control Station Simulation Using Multiple Performance Metrics.
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