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    Title: Attention allocation for human multi-robot control: Cognitive analysis based on behavior data and hidden states
    Authors: 林怡伶
    Chien, Shih-Yi
    Lin, Yi-Ling
    Lee, Pei-Ju
    Han, Shuguang
    Lewis, Michael
    Sycara, Katia
    Contributors: 資管系
    Keywords: Human-robot interaction;Cognitive assistant;Task switching;Hidden Markov model;System reliability;Scheduling
    Date: 2018-09
    Issue Date: 2018-07-24 16:46:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Human multi-robot interaction exploits both the human operator's high-level decision-making skills and the robotic agents’ vigorous computing and motion abilities. While controlling multi-robot teams, an operator's attention must constantly shift between individual robots to maintain sufficient situation awareness. To conserve an operator's attentional resources, a robot with self-reflect capability on its abnormal status can help an operator focus her attention on emergent tasks rather than unneeded routine checks. With the proposing self-reflect aids, the human-robot interaction becomes a queuing framework, where the robots act as the clients to request for interaction and an operator acts as the server to respond these job requests. This paper examined two types of queuing schemes, the self-paced Open-queue identifying all robots’ normal/abnormal conditions, whereas the forced-paced shortest-job-first (SJF) queue showing a single robot's request at one time by following the SJF approach. As a robot may miscarry its experienced failures in various situations, the effects of imperfect automation were also investigated in this paper. The results suggest that the SJF attentional scheduling approach can provide stable performance in both primary (locate potential targets) and secondary (resolve robots’ failures) tasks, regardless of the system's reliability levels. However, the conventional results (e.g., number of targets marked) only present little information about users’ underlying cognitive strategies and may fail to reflect the user's true intent. As understanding users’ intentions is critical to providing appropriate cognitive aids to enhance task performance, a Hidden Markov Model (HMM) is used to examine operators’ underlying cognitive intent and identify the unobservable cognitive states. The HMM results demonstrate fundamental differences among the queuing mechanisms and reliability conditions. The findings suggest that HMM can be helpful in investigating the use of human cognitive resources under multitasking environments.
    Relation: International Journal of Human-Computer Studies,Volume 117, Pages 30-44
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhcs.2018.03.005
    DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhcs.2018.03.005
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