Practical Modelling of Dynamic Decision Making

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Springer, Mar 23, 2019 - Computers - 104 pages

This book presents TDF (Tactics Development Framework), a practical methodology for eliciting and engineering models of expert decision-making in dynamic domains. The authors apply the BDI (Beliefs, Desires, Intentions) paradigm to the elicitation and modelling of dynamic decision making expertise, including team behaviour, and map it to a diagrammatic representation that is intuitive to domain experts.

The book will be of value to researchers and practitioners engaged in dynamic decision making.

 

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Contents

1 Why Model Dynamic Decision Making?
1
2 Introduction to TDF
13
3 Requirements Stage
39
4 Architecture Stage
48
5 Behaviour Stage
55
6 TDF Tutorial Example
61
7 TDF Tool
93
8 Concluding Remarks
96
References
100
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