HUMAN DECISIONAL FACTORS RESEARCH

    CRESCO-SOC-COG

  Socio-Cognitive Modelling for Complex

Socio-Technological Networks

Modellistica delle Reti Complesse viste come 

  Aggregati Socio - Tecnologici e Cognitivi

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    RESEARCH  STRATEGIC CONTEXTS

Working hypothesis: Continuous development of new technologies, increasing complexity of the world society and every-day life will require (or just require) the new understanding and reasoning  capacities for situation assessment, choices between risks and hopes, and for individual and networked organization decision-making.

  

       Long-term research objectives of the HID virtual group:

     -  Intelligence Research for High-Intelligence Building:
        computational modeling of a multipurpose domain independent incremental  high-intelligence unit.

     -  Reinforcement of  Managerial Intelligence (individual and organizational/institutional)

     -  Development of IDSSs ( Intelligent Decision Support Systems ) and  Personal Intelligent
        Advisors  for Industrial, Natural,  Politic and heterogeneous  Risk & Emergency Management.

       Middle-term research objectives

           -  Decisional-Organizational Systems/Networks:  identification of their basic socio-cognitive

                   computational paradigms.

                -  Identification of critical socio-cognitive factors in managerial decision-making ( risks, criteria, ..).

                -  Intelligent Generic Decision-Maker: .Development of a generic cognitive computational model for top-down

                   specialization and simulation (on managerial level).

          Interesting Reference Documents and Publications  (will be completed)

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2004

Yingxu Wang, Dong Liu, and Guenther Ruhe,

FORMAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COGNITIVE PROCESS OF DECISION MAKING. Proceedings of the Third IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Informatics (ICCI’04), 2004

http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/9252/29351/01327467.pdf

 

 

An intuitive approach to the D-M taxonomy, and simple math. modelling.

Comments:

-  more mathematical than cognitive (defs. are based on the classical D-M theory

-  the Object-Attribute-Relation (OAR) model follows the TAO assumptions from the TOGA meta-theory (1993).

- some math. formulations can be useful for an extention according to assumptions on Cognitive Decision-making e-paper.

   ... will be completed  

 

         Results:  Research Documents and Publications ( 2006 - 2008)

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5 June 2006 Adam M. Gadomski, Vulnerability of Human Organizations: ENEA’s Research. The US - ENEA CAMO Workshop on Complex Networks and Infrastructure Protection, ENEA -Casaccia,It.(ppt presentation) Problem context and definition.
5 July 2006

A. D'Ausilio, M. Caramia, A.M. Gadomski, A. Londei, M.Olivetti-Belardinelli. CRESCO-SOC-COG: Strategies, Competences and Objectives. ENEA-Sede. CRESCO Coordination Meeting (ppt-pdf presentation)

 - Preliminary phase: situation, constrains and hypotheses assessment.

 May 2007

 

Adam M.Gadomski, Modeling Methodology of Human Organization Socio-Cognitive Vulnerability : TOGA Meta-Theory Approach. The CRESCO-Soc-Cog Report (abstract).

 

- Research report: Top-down modeling methodology based on the decomposition and specialization of an abstract intelligent agent ( individuals or organizations) interacting with its environment by decisional processes.

6 July 2007

A.M. Gadomski, M. Caramia, A. D'Ausilio, A. Londei. CRESCO-SOC-COG Modellistica delle Reti Complesse viste come aggregati Socio-Tecnologici (II), Project’s State of the Arts (ppt-pdf presentation)

- Progress report: Second CRESCO Coordination Meeting, Roma, 2007
9 Nov.2007

Tomasz Adam Zimny, Adam Maria Gadomski. The Precautionary Principle in Risk Assessment and Management:  a Socio-Cognitive Perspective .

(e-presentation paper) 

 - Extended FIM-CAMO seminar stuff. Preliminary study of the Precautionary Principle role in managerial and policy making decisional processes related to the possible hazards,  threats and unexpected consequences of  decisions. The application of the conceptual framework of the TOGA meta-theory is considered as a tool for the modeling of the PP application.

 

May 2008 A.M. Gadomski, M. Caramia, A. D'Ausilio, A. Londei. T.A. Zimny. Socio-cognitive Modelling for Socio-technological Networks. The Opening of HPC CRESCO Center, Portici.It.(e-presentation paper) 

 

Synthetic poster presenting the current results of CRESCO-SOC-COG.
 

A. D'Ausilio, A. Londei. Final Report Presentation.

( e-presentation paper)

 
13 Oct 2008

Adam Maria Gadomski, Tomasz Adam Zimny. Precautionary Principle in Managerial Decision-Making: a TOGA Meta-theory Socio-Cognitive Perspective. The paper in the Preprints of the CRITIS08 - 3rd International Workshop on Critical Information Infrastructures Security,  Frascati (Rome), Italy

 

A. M. Gadomski, T. A. Zimny, Precautionary Principle in Managerial Decision-Making: a Socio-Cognitive Engineering Perspective (CRITIS08 - Poster synthetic version -ppt) 

 

.. will be completed

 

 

 



Editor: Adam Maria Gadomski, ENEA, since 2006