Beyond Multiplayer Games: Engaging Cognitive Virtual Partners in Collaborative Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Situations
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As more and more sophisticated artificial decision-making tools are developed, we see a natural progression from something a human may use, to engaging with virtual partners collaboratively. In this paper we define a computer game architecture that enables engagement of human and virtual partners in collaborative decision-making processes. The architecture of such a computer game is then demonstrated by engaging human and virtual partners in a Tender Assessment process.
XXII International Symposium on Information, Communication and Automation Technologies: ICAT 2009
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Control Systems, Robotics and Automation