Team Modelling: Review of Experimental Scenarios and Computational Models

Modélisation d’Équipe: Examen de Scénarios Expérimentaux et de Modèles Informatiques

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Authors
  1. Lamoureux, T.M.
  2. Bandali, F.
  3. Bruyn Martin, L.M.
  4. Li, Z.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);Humansystems Inc, Guelph ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) Toronto is in the process of developing team research scenarios aimed at supporting the Canadian Forces (CF) future integrated operations, and interoperability with allies, other government departments (OGDs) and non-government organizations (NGOs). This work falls within a 4-year Applied Research Project (ARP) to include a literature review of relevant team literature, the creation of a platform for conducting experiments on teams, the running of team experiments using a scenario involving one or more Human Systems Integration (HSI) intervention(s), the development of a computational model of team performance, and some preliminary validation of this model. Previous reports (Sartori, Waldherr and Adams, 2006; Go, Bos and Lamoureux, 2006) have reported the outcomes of exhaustive literature reviews on team research and team research platforms respectively. This report describes the outcomes of two parallel streams of work. The first stream was the development of three team experimental scenarios, in a domestic operational context, appropriate for studying the targeted teamwork factors (i.e. teams-of-teams, joint, interagency, distributed environment). This was done by identifying and reviewing scenarios used previously in team research, leveraging concepts important to team research scenarios identified by the literature review, and incorporating knowledge of future CF requirements in new, composite team research scenarios. The sec

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Keywords
team modelling, team experiments, computational models, simulation, team perform
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-CR-2006-092 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
01 Sep 2006
Number of Pages
176
DSTKIM No
CA029860
CANDIS No
528333
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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