Journal article

Inference in the Wild: A Framework for Human Situation Assessment and a Case Study of Air Combat

C Davey, Ken McAnally, Daniel White, Murray Stimson, Steven Mascaro, Kevin Korb

Cognitive Science | Wiley | Published : 2018


Situation awareness is a key construct in human factors and arises from a process of situation assessment (SA). SA comprises the perception of information, its integration with existing knowl- edge, the search for new information, and the prediction of the future state of the world, including the consequences of planned actions. Causal models implemented as Bayesian networks (BNs) are attractive for modeling all of these processes within a single, unified framework. We elicited declarative knowledge from two Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) fighter pilots about the infor- mation sources used in the identification (ID) of airborne entities and the causal relationships between these sources. ..

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