Modelling and improving human decision making with simulation

Robinson, Stewart, Alifantis, Thanos, Hurrion, Robert, Edwards, John, Ladbrook, John and Waller, Tony Modelling and improving human decision making with simulation. IN: Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference, 2001. Peters, Brett A.; Smith, Jeffrey S.; Medeiros, D.J. and Rohrer, Matt W. (eds) IEEE.

Abstract

Modelling human interaction and decision-making within a simulation presents a particular challenge. This paper describes a methodology that is being developed known as 'knowledge based improvement'. The purpose of this methodology is to elicit decision-making strategies via a simulation model and to represent them using artificial intelligence techniques. Further to this, having identified an individual's decision-making strategy, the methodology aims to look for improvements in decision-making. The methodology is being tested on unplanned maintenance operations at a Ford engine assembly plant

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/WSC.2001.977393
Divisions: Aston Business School > Operations & information management
Event Title: Winter Simulation Conference 2001
Event Type: Other
Event Dates: 2001-12-09 - 2001-12-12
Authors: Robinson, Stewart
Alifantis, Thanos
Hurrion, Robert
Edwards, John
Ladbrook, John
Waller, Tony

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