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Name of Collaboratory :

 

Collaborative Operations for Personnel Recovery (Co-OPR)

 
 

URL :

  http://www.aiai.ed.ac.uk/project/co-opr/  
 

Collaboratory Status :

 
Completed   Start Date : End Date : Info Last Updated : Thu, Dec 9 2010 2:01am PST
 
 

Primary Collaboratory Function :

  Product Development  
 

Secondary Collaboratory Functions :

   
 

Domain(s) :

  SOCIAL SCIENCES >Other Social Sciences >Social Sciences, Other
PROFESSIONAL/OTHER >Other Professional Fields >Professional Fields, Other
 
 

Brief Description of the Collaboratory :

 

Personnel recovery teams must operate under intense pressure, taking into account not only hard logistics, but ‘messy’ factors such as the social or political implications of a decision. The Collaborative Operations for Personnel Recovery (Co-OPR) project has developed decision-support for sensemaking in such scenarios, seeking to exploit the complementary strengths of human and machine reasoning. Co-OPR integrates the Compendium sensemaking-support tool for real time information and argument mapping, with the I-X artificial intelligence planning and execution framework to support group activity and collaboration.

 
 

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Funding Agency or Sponsor :

 
Department of Defense (DOD)
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM)
 
 
 

Notes on Funding Agencies/Sponsors:

 
 
 
Organizations with Funded Participants:
 
Organization name:
Approx # of participants:
Description of organization's role(s):
University of Edinburgh
   School of Informatics - University of Edinburgh
      Artificial Intelligence Applications Institute (AIAI)
2
Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC)
3
Open University
   Knowledge Media Institute (KMI)
3
 
TOTAL PARTICIPANTS:
8
 

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