Team Modelling: Survey of Experimental Platforms

Modélisation d’Équipes: Examen de Plate-Formes Expérimentales


  1. Go, E.
  2. Bos, J.C.
  3. Lamoureux, T.M.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);Humansystems Inc, Guelph ONT (CAN)
Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) Toronto is in the process of developing a team research platform aimed at supporting the Canadian Forces (CF) future integrated operations, and interoperability with allies, other government departments (OGDs) and non-government organizations (NGOs). A literature review of platforms for team research was conducted to support the Crown in choosing a specific type of team in a specific work context as the focus of team research and team modelling to be conducted in a multi-year Applied Research Project (ARP). The objectives of this report were to identify and characterize different team research platforms in support of military operations (or related applications), review the different team research platforms in terms of criteria identified by the team literature review; and identify requirements for a new experimental platform that will support experiments that are representative of the targeted teamwork context. In addition, correlations were established with the literature review that was also conducted in the first phase of this project (Sartori, Waldherr and Adams, 2006), to identify areas that are relatively unexplored in both the literature and platform review. A series of publicly available literature databases and other readily accessible sources of information were searched based on specified keywords for the platform literature review. This review proved to be a valuable task to produce recommendations for a new team res

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team performance, platforms, testbeds, experiments, simulation
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-CR-2006-100 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
01 Sep 2006
Number of Pages
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