Scott Ososky
Scott Ososky
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From tools to teammates: Toward the development of appropriate mental models for intelligent robots
E Phillips, S Ososky, J Grove, F Jentsch
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 55 (1 …, 2011
852011
Building appropriate trust in human-robot teams
S Ososky, D Schuster, E Phillips, FG Jentsch
2013 AAAI Spring Symposium Series, 2013
542013
Determinants of system transparency and its influence on trust in and reliance on unmanned robotic systems
S Ososky, T Sanders, F Jentsch, P Hancock, JYC Chen
Unmanned Systems Technology XVI 9084, 90840E, 2014
452014
The importance of shared mental models and shared situation awareness for transforming robots from tools to teammates
S Ososky, D Schuster, F Jentsch, S Fiore, R Shumaker, C Lebiere, ...
Unmanned Systems Technology XIV 8387, 838710, 2012
382012
Cognitive models of decision making processes for human-robot interaction
C Lebiere, F Jentsch, S Ososky
International Conference on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality, 285-294, 2013
272013
Effectiveness Evaluation Tools and Methods for Adaptive Training and Education in Support of the US Army Learning Model: Research Outline
JH Johnston, G Goodwin, J Moss, R Sottilare, S Ososky, D Cruz, ...
http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/ADA621295, 2015
182015
A research approach to shared mental models and situation assessment in future robot teams
D Schuster, S Ososky, F Jentsch, E Phillips, C Lebiere, WA Evans
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 55 (1 …, 2011
152011
Using scale simulation and virtual environments to study human-robot teams
S Ososky, AW Evans III, JR Keebler, F Jentsch
Proceedings of the 4th Annual Conference of Augmented Cognition …, 2007
142007
Human-animal teams as an analog for future human-robot teams
E Phillips, S Ososky, B Swigert, F Jentsch
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 56 (1 …, 2012
102012
GIFT Cloud: Improving usability of adaptive tutor authoring tools within a web-based application
S Ososky, K Brawner, B Goldberg, R Sottilare
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2016
92016
Authoring Tools and Methods for Adaptive Training and Education in Support of the US Army Learning Model: Research Outline
S Ososky, R Sottilare, K Brawner, R Long, A Graesser
US Army Research Laboratory Aberdeen Proving Ground, United States, 2015
92015
A picture is worth a thousand mental models: Evaluating human understanding of robot teammates
S Ososky, E Philips, D Schuster, F Jentsch
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 57 (1 …, 2013
92013
Influence of task-role mental models on human interpretation of robot motion behavior
S Ososky
92013
Some good and bad with spatial ability in three person teams that operate multiple unmanned vehicles
TD Fincannon, S Ososky, F Jentsch, J Keebler, E Phillips
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 54 …, 2010
92010
Defining complexity in the authoring process for adaptive instruction
R Sottilare, S Ososky
International Conference on Augmented Cognition, 237-249, 2017
72017
The GIFT 2015 report card and the state of the project
K Brawner, S Ososky
Proceedings of the 3rd Annual GIFT Users Symposium (GIFTSym3), 137-147, 2015
72015
Model world: Military HRI research conducted using a scale MOUT facility
F Jentsch, AW Evans III, S Ososky
Human-Robot Interactions in Future Military Operations, 419-431, 2010
7*2010
Designing the user experience of the GIFT Cloud authoring tools
S Ososky
Fourth Annual GIFT Users Symposium 4 (https://gifttutoring.org/documents/106 …, 2016
62016
Heuristic evaluation of GIFT authoring tools
S Ososky, R Sottilare
www.arl.army.mil/arlreports/2016/ARL-SR-0353.pdf, 2016
6*2016
An evaluation of human mental models of tactical robot movement
AB Talone, E Phillips, S Ososky, F Jentsch
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 59 (1 …, 2015
62015
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