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Qing Hui, Electrical and Computer Engineering, UNL

Multi-Cue Multi-Choice Decision Making: Modeling, Analysis, and Experiment

Date: Time: 4:00 pm–4:50 pm
Avery Hall Room: 115
Contact: Yu Jin , yjin6@unl.edu
A multi-cue multi-choice (MCMC) task model for describing human decision-making behavior in both normal and emergency situations is introduced. This stochastic model is obtained by leveraging a multi-cue two-choice task model, a single-cue multi-choice task model, and a biophysical connectionist model together through system comparison and analogy.

Hosted by Yu Jin.

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