Intention awareness in human-machine interaction: Sensemaking in joint-cognitive systems
This paper examines various observations of sensemaking within joint-cognitive systems, particularly symbiotic systems that incorporate human and associate systems. It also highlights the effects of synchronized sensemaking processes in enabling associate systems to recognize the state of human activity. Specifically, studying the sensemaking phenomenon has direct applications for the development of more tightly-coupled a human reasoned/associate system interface pairs. We examine military doctrine as a family of relevant case studies to demonstrate the role and potential applications of these joint-cognitive systems. © 2012 AICIT.