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"Muu" projekt TA/1712
TA/1712 "Osalemine konverentsil "IEEE Conference on Cognitive Methods in Situation Awareness and Decision Support 2012; New Orleans"CogSima" (3.03.2012−11.03.2012); Vastutav täitja: Erika Lorents (end.Matsak); Tallinna Ülikool; Finantseerija: Eesti Infotehnoloogia Sihtasutus; Eraldatud summa: 1 714 EUR.
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Osalemine konverentsil "IEEE Conference on Cognitive Methods in Situation Awareness and Decision Support 2012; New Orleans"CogSima
Erika Matsak's participation in IEEE Conference on Cognitive Methods in Situation Awareness and Decision Support 2012; New Orleans, CogSima
Osalemine konverentsil "IEEE Conference on Cognitive Methods in Situation Awareness and Decision Support 2012; New Orleans" CogSima
3.03.2012
11.03.2012
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Tallinna Ülikoolkoordinaator03.03.2012−11.03.2012
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03.03.2012−11.03.20121 714,30 EUR
1 714,30 EUR

Osalemine konverentsil "IEEE Conference on Cognitive Methods in Situation Awareness and Decision Support 2012; New Orleans"
The second conference, CogSIMA 2012 continues and expands the research domain on situation management that was established by the first conference CogSIMA 2011 held in Miami, Florida, USA. The aim of this conference is to provide a venue for presenting scientific results of interdisciplinary studies of complex, heterogeneous dynamical systems that include humans, physical systems, computer agents and networks of such systems whose behaviors depend on situation. Examples of such systems include human-controlled and monitored ad hoc communication mobile networks, social networks, physical and cyber security systems, disaster monitoring and recovery systems, epidemic monitoring and control, intelligent transportation systems, financial and investment services, and tactical and operational battlefield command and control systems. Common to these systems is the need to adequately perceive, reflect and act according to the situational changes happening both in the surrounding world and within the systems themselves. The amounts of information that needs to be processed in order to derive decisions overwhelm both the human cognitive capabilities and the computer processing power. Consequently, there is a need to develop new situation awareness and decision support approaches of augmenting the cognitive capabilities of working collaboratively humans and computer agents.