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Issue No.01 - Jan.-Feb. (2013 vol.28)
pp: 50-56
Paul R. Smart , University of Southampton
Katia P. Sycara , Carnegie Mellon University
ABSTRACT
Sensemaking is a key capability for military coalitions. It lets both individuals and teams make sense of conflicting, ambiguous, and uncertain information. Computational modeling provides one means of improving our understanding in this area.
INDEX TERMS
Computational modeling, Psychology, Military communication, Intelligent systems, Information management, Military computing, Knowledge management, military coalitions, sensemaking, distributed cognition, social influence, network science, collective sensemaking, team sensemaking
CITATION
Paul R. Smart, Katia P. Sycara, "Collective Sensemaking and Military Coalitions", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.28, no. 1, pp. 50-56, Jan.-Feb. 2013, doi:10.1109/MIS.2012.87
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