Scientists and software engineers from Charles River Analytics, a developer of intelligent systems solutions, presented research on human socio-cultural behavior (HSCB) modeling and cross-cultural decision-making (CCDM) at the 4th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (2012 AHFE International). The conference took place from July 22-25, 2012, in San Francisco, California.
Dr. Greg Zacharias, President of Charles River, co-chaired the session on Counter Cross-Cultural Radicalization and Violent Extremism. Charles River’s scientists and software engineers presented at various sessions at AHFE, including:
- Measuring the Operational Utility of HSCB Modeling and Methods
- Discovering the Support Requirements for Geospatial and Socio-Cultural Intelligence Analysis and Synthesis
- Collaborative Geospatial Visualizations to Improve Sociocultural Understanding
- Development of Dynamic Visual Artifacts for Resilient Human-Automation Collaboration
- Resource Constrained Counterinsurgency
- Framing the Socio-Cultural Context to Aid Course of Action Generation for Counterinsurgency
- Analyst-centric Techniques for Understanding Heterogeneous Networks
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