SOCIO-COGNITIVE ENGINEERING  for   
Intelligent  Socio-Cognitive Systems
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RESEARCH ACTIVITY,  PROJECTS & SCIENTIFIC COOPERATIONS 

 HID: High-Intelligence and Decision Research Group
ENEA - CAMO

 Call: Student Theses

Activity 2006-2008Projects:  CRESCO-SOC-COG  and

      the contribution to the EU IRRIIS  (specific pages in preparation)

Activity 2005-2006  -  Progress Report 2005 Italy (It).

EMIR, Emergent Management Intelligence Reinforcement (see comments)
      Socio-cognitive Modelling of Human, Organisation and Computer High-Intelligent 
      Decision-Making. 
      This is new initiative of the EU project proposal in frame of the two steps FET Open Program
      - Cordis EoI Page
      - EMIR's Consortum

Cog-SOPHOCLES  (2001-2003) -This is a subproject of the ITEA EUREKA
      SOPHOCLES Project.
     This  R&D sub-Project has been proposed by HID. It is  focused on:
     -    Global Methodology of  e-Design  of Complex Engineering  Systems
     -    Functional Specification of Intelligent Cognitive  Advisor for  the e-Design of Complex 
          Engineering  Systems 

 
      ENEA's responsible person:   Dr. A.M. Gadomski.


 

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EU Project Proposal 
 
 
 
 

 

  RTD  EUREKA
  ITEA
 MIURST Project:

Cog-SOPHOCLES

poster

 

Project CIMA , Computer Intelligent Managerial Advisors for High Risk Decision
      Support. CIMA is focused on reinforcement of management intelligence, it is a scientific-technology
      collaboration of ENEA and IBS-PAN (Institute of Systems Research, Polish Academy of Science).

      The project has been activated in frame of the Polish-Italian Bilateral Scientific Cooperation
       (The Government Italo-Polish Commission: Scientific cooperation is based on the Italian - Polish 
      agreement signed 27/11/1960).
      The project has been  defined in the area of  newest systemic cross-disciplinary socio-cognitive
      approaches, always more frequently requested for the solutions of complex real world   problems
      of the modern global information society on its way to a sustainable development.

      The CIMA project deals with  the integrated modeling of distributed reasoning processes in 
      the managerial decision-making under uncertain high-risk constrains.
      The cooperation is a research platform for the expected common participation in EU or other 
      international projects based on socio-cognitive engineering and validation of methodologies,
      models and technologies for multipurpose managerial IDSSs ( Intelligent Decision Support 
     Systems ) for high-risk decisions.The cooperation includes common organization of sc. meeting 
     and promotions of new research initiatives.
      Preselected Polish business organizations were considered as test-case end-users and the 
      domain experts.

      Main initiatives:
      Organization of the Special Session on SOCIO-COGNITIVE ENGINEERING IN THE MODELLING OF BUSINESS
          INTELLIGENCE  in conjunction with the BIS 2002 Conference.
         A.M.Gadomski, A.Straszak. Socio-Cognitive Engineering Paradigms  for  Business  Intelligence  Modelling: the TOGA 
             conceptualization. Proceedings of the 5th  Business Information System International Conference– BIS 2002,  Poznan, 
             Poland, April 24-25, 2002  (Abstract). 

    CIMA News
    IBS-PAN responsible person: Prof. A.Straszak.
    ENEA responsible person:   Dr. A.M. Gadomski


 Scientific 
 Collaboration 
 Project

Project HAM - Human Agent cognitive Modeling (since 1999):

      This is a  long-term  ENEA's scientific cooperation with  ECONA (Interuniversity Center for the
       Research on Cognitive Processing in Natural  and Artificial Systems),  Rome.
       HAM objective is a theoretical and experimental validation of methodological frames for the 
       cognitive modeling of a human agent mind (user-modeling) and an artificial cognitive advisor for the 
       conceptual cooperation between humans and intelligent (or proto-intelligent) machines.
       The cooperation iincludes  promotion of common  scientific events: seminars, workshops, 
       and is based on a synergy of research.
       The research effort is oriented  towards the modeling of the abstract cognitive/mind functions and, in   

        consequence,  should lead to their computer simulations, understanding and the development of

       highly-intelligent  Decision Support Systems (IDSS). 

      The methodology framework employed is initially based on the TOGA meta-theory and the IPK
      cognitive agent architecture  [IPK Cognitive Agent prototype] .
      [ ECONA Seminar -  transparent sheets in Italian:  ECONA-VD99.htm ]

      [Progress Report 1999-2001- Seminar]

      Results:  3 student thesis.
                    Cooperation in the organization of two international workshops:
                    - First International Workshop on  Socio-Cognitive Engineering Foundations SCEF-2003 
                     and AIA03 Round-Table, Rome,Sep.2003. 
                    - MLEM-2004: M-Learning for Emergency Management First International Workshop, 
                      Rome, July, 2004. 
     Some publications/presentations:
      F. Pestilli, A. M.Gadomski, M.Olivetti-Belardinelli,  (2000, December). Route spatial representation of decisional
                   problems: Application of TOGA framework to the modeling of cognitive agent. International Conference on Spatial
                   Cognition: Scientific Research and Applications, Rome, Italy ( Prototype, Ppt presentation ).
        F.Pestilli, (2000, December).  Cognitive Modeling:  IPK Cognitive Agent.-Thesis in Italian (En.Index, IPK Cognitive
                   Agent-Transparent Sheets - zip for download ).
        F. Pestilli, A. M.Gadomski, & M.Olivetti-Belardinelli, (1999) Approccio alla modellizzazione dei processi cognitivi:
                   rapporti tra Psicologia e Scienze dell’Artificiale.Valentini Day della Facoltà di Psicologia, Università degli Studi di 
                  Roma La Sapienza, Roma (ppt presentation, italian -pdf).
        A.M.Gadomski,A.Salvatore, A. Di Giulio. Case Study Analysis of Disturbs in Spatial Cognition: Unified TOGA Approach,
                   Proc. of 2nd International Conference on Spatial Cognition (ICSC2003), Rome, 24-27 November 2003. 29 Abstract 
                   poster(pdf-895kb) . 
        A. Di Giulio,  A.M.Gadomski. Chatterbot Cognitive Interface: Ergonomics and Usability in e-Business support, the
                   ENEA - HID  Seminar material,  26  Feb. 2004, (Ppt presentation).
     ..............
     ECONA's  responsible person: Prof. M. Olivetti Belardinelli
     ENEA's    responsible person:  Dr. A.M.Gadomski


 Scientific 
 Collaboration 
 Project
 Research & Development Activity Lines
  They relate to the applications of socio-cognitive engineering mindware for the  development
  of socio-cognitive modeling knowledge in concrete domains

Large Scale Emergency/Disaster/Hazard/Crisis/High-risk Management:
      a contribution of  Socio-Cognitive Engineering

SAFEGUARD (2001-2004): Intelligent Agents Organization to Enhance Dependability

   and Survivability of Large Complex Critical Infrastructure
    (EC ITS Project,  CPA4: Towards dependable and survivable systems and  infrastructures).

    Project Manager: Dr. Wes Carter (Queen Mary, University of London, UK)
    Official Web Page: http://www.elec.qmul.ac.uk/safeguar
    Context links:
RTS Lab Projects, Linköpings Univ 

                           Historical project proposal web page .

                           Intelligent Agents Organization (pdf), ENEA.
                           What is Survivability? Carnegie Mellon University

   

    ENEA's responsible person: Dr. Sandro Bologna

EC ITS Project

The Global Disaster Information Network  - a participation in the organization of 
      American-italian  G-DIN  challenger - for the GDIN2002 Conference, June 18-22, 2002,
      Rome Italy.   (Sponsor: Dr.  Raniero Guerra, Director General,  International Relations, Instituto Superiore di 

      Sanita, Italy). 

    This activity is a consequence of the previous long-term ENEA's MINDES program and 
    a precedent participation in the  GEMINI initiatives. The modeling of G-DIN domains and 
    interventions require strong systemic socio-cognitive engineering methodologica

    framework.

    Specific Contribution:  A.M.Gadomski. Introduction to the Modeling of  Large-Scale Disaster Management.
    (Abstract).   Tutorial at  the GDIN'2002 Conference, Rome, Italy,  2002. 

     ENEA's responsible person:   Dr. A.M.Gadomski


International & 
National Cooperation

  Mobile Learning and  e-Learning Initiatives

     m-Learning< e-Learning < Distance Learning < Instruction 


     - FAD  (Formazione A Distanza): The  practical aspects of this field are managed in ENEA by 
         Anna Moreno together with  Usability Lab ( F.Fontana)  This activity is focused on (  e-Learning <    

       Distance  Learning < Instruction )
       - One of HID Group interests is focused on : reinforcement of intelligence by e-learning 
         technologies and  methods, investigation and development of student and tutor generic cognitive
         reasoning models for the definition of e-learning/instruction  strategy and  for the design of 
         e-Learning Intelligent Support Systems (see also the  EMIR proposal).
         
       - Theoretical base for e-Learning and m-learning is  the IPK methodological frame.  
          A cooperative e-learning  and distributed m-learning based on the TOGA meta-theory conceptual

          frameworks should enable to construct active gnosis (==IPK*) structures and domain-oriented
          hypotheses of learning strategies on the various  IPK  meta-levels. 
          Moreover,  proper  inquiry strategy may provide an opportunity to  teach students of a 
          meta-cognitive thinking, which in turn  should improve reflection, monitoring, and exploratory 
          controlling of their own cognitive learning  processes.

 

       - Modeling  of the cognitive intefrace and flexible support for m-learning in emergency

         situations.

        

       Some contributions:
         A .M.Gadomski, F.Fontana  Intelligent Agents in Distance Learning Systems ( pdf),
                      The UNINFO & eForm Meeting, May, 2001 ( eForm  - Formazione integrata per  New  Economy).
         A.M.Gadomski, F.Fontana, Agenti Cognitivi Semi-Intelligenti per Imprese Virtuali di e-Learning: Applicazioni di 
               Metodologia TOGA e Tecnologie Web Multimediali. AIIA  Group E-Learning Workshop,  Jan. 2003, Rome.(abs)
               The article published in  AIIA Notizie Journal, 2003.
      -  Partecipation in the UNINFO and ISO acttivity on Learning Technologies

       -   Promotion and organization of  MLEM-2004: First International Workshop on Mobile-Learning for Emergency
          Management , Bracciano - Rome, July, 2004.


  (*)  gnosis ( in TOGA) is defined as: information or preferences or knowledge or all together and it is always  

       related to a  preselected domain/(s) of activity of a cognitive agent.

 

 

 

 

 

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