Augmenting Cognition

Author: Idan Segev
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439839948
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This book confronts our entry into the AugCog Era through a series of contributions from the world’s best know experts.

Foundations Of Augmented Cognition

Author: Dylan D. Schmorrow
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3540732160
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Third International Conference on Augmented Cognition, FAC 2007, held in Beijing, China, in July 2007, within the framework of the 12th International Conference on Human-Computer ...

Foundations Of Augmented Cognition Neuroergonomics And Operational Neuroscience

Author: Dylan D. Schmorrow
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642028128
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Eye tracking technology is a prospective tool for augmenting cognition in real-
time in response to screen navigation and other eye movements that can be
monitored. This paper examines eye movements associated with differences in
problem complexity. The experiment utilized constraint satisfaction problems of
differing difficulty measured by the number of steps necessary to complete and
the relative time required to solve it. Participants were observed and tested
through an ...

Foundations Of Augmented Cognition Advancing Human Performance And Decision Making Through Adaptive Systems

Author: Dylan D. Schmorrow
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319075276
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The following provides a use case scenario selected from the medical domain
involving cognitive, psychomotor, and perceptual skills within a dynamic
operational environment. Fig. 3. Medical AR system Recent wearable AR
medical research from Azimi, Doswell, and Kazanzides [2] demonstrated the use
of context-aware wearable AR for use in surgical assistance with future
implications of augmenting human perceptual cues via multi-modal cognitive
cues. Surgical resection is one ...

Augmented Cognition

Author: Dylan D. Schmorrow
Publisher: CRC Press
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Instead, individualized suites of cognitive state gauges may need to be available
for different users, or a prescreening process may need to be established to
assess the applicability of an augmented cognition system to a specific user
performing a specific task in a specific environment. Finally, the TIE evaluated the
practical issue of the ability to combine the sensor hardware into suites of gauges
for each team. The most common difficulty arose from the lack of headspace
available for ...

Handbook Of Digital Human Modeling

Author: Vincent G. Duffy
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420063529
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Internally, performer cognitive state, situational awareness, fatigue, experience,
and physical readiness are some of the key human system components. External
components such as the environment, biomechanics, human integration, and
augmented cognitive technologies also need to be considered for a fully
integrated human systems model. Thus, a full understanding of all aspects that
affect the performance and well-being of an individual warfighter will allow for the
development ...

Social Cognition

Author: Donald C. Pennington
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134604769
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Kelley (1972) stated that for single instances people rely on either a discounting
or augmenting principle to make a causal inference. To highlight the discounting
principle take the first example, at the beginning of this chapter, of the woman
convicted of the manslaughter of her husband. Without further knowledge you
may speculate on a number of causes, for example, she was provoked, it was an
accident, she suffered a mental disorder. The discounting principle is 'the
tendency to ...