First, the project attempts to utilize game theory to "ascertain the intent of the adversary." Interestingly, the project assumes that all agents are rational--meaning, I believe, that agents will act to maximize their respective utilities--and that normative theories about how agents will act are important. Explicitly excluded, however, are "descriptive theories that focus on … intangible aspects such as human judgment, irrationality, biases, [and] cognitive limitations." While this may make sense from a streamlined game-theoretic approach, it in no way reflects the real world. Indeed, even game theorists acknowledge the importance of factors that COMPASS excludes, which is why they make ample use of theories of bounded rationality, uncertainty, imperfect information, and the very notion of "adversarial."
The term "situational awareness" may conjure the darkened situation rooms of many a summer blockbuster movie in which vast video walls and flickering computer banks capture humanity's struggle against gigantic mutant beasts or other world-threatening entities. Manufacturers (probably) don't need to worry about creatures from the deep trying to eat their facilities. Yet events ranging from traffic jams to a partner's production backlog to hurricanes and tornados can pose real threats to a manufacturer's operations and ability to meet customer expectations. Situational awareness helps manufacturers anticipate and respond effectively to these events. That makes developing situational awareness capabilities a risk management priority.
Situational awareness is vital for effective decision-making in both military and civilian domains. Acute situational awareness depends largely on accessing and comprehending information pertinent to the current situation. A personalised briefing agent could provide a user with information relevant to his/her own decision-making task through individualised briefings.
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