Online Talk by Chris Wickens

March 21, 2022, 5:00 p.m. (CET)

Four Computational Models of Selective and Divided Attention
This event will be in English.

Time: 3/21/22, 5:00 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.
  The WebEx meeting room will be opened 5 minutes before the event begins.
Lecturer: Chris Wickens
Venue: Department of Teaching and Learning with Intelligent Systems (LLiS)
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Link: WebEx - Chris Wickens - March 21, 2022 
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"Four Computational Models of Selective and Divided Attention"

In this talk, Chris Wickens describes his development of four computational models of selective and divided attention, emphasizing their grounding in theory, functioning, potential applications, and relationship. In the historical sequence of their development, the models are the multiple resource model (MRM) of multi-tasking, the SEEV model of selective attention supervision, the NSEEV model of selective attention noticing, and the STOM model sequential multitasking. Thus, the multiple resources and STOM models are multi-tasking models, SEEV and NSEEV are selective attention models, and STOM and SEEV are multi-attribute decision models.

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