Mary Cummings : Modeling humans in complex sociotechnical systems
Developing descriptive and predictive models of human behavior and decision making in complex sociotechnical systems is critical for system design and evaluation. However, developing such models is difficult due to individual variability, brittle assumptions, and the need to often integrate qualitative and quantitative data. This talk will discuss various human-systems modeling techniques developed in the Humans and Autonomy Laboratory.
- Category: Nonlinear and Complex Systems
- Duration: 14:51
- Date: January 13, 2015 at 2:45 PM
- Tags: seminar, CNCS Seminar