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@INPROCEEDINGS{AICPub1823:2010, AUTHOR={Murray, K. and Lowrance, J. and Sharpe, K. and Williams, D. and Gremban, K. and Holloman, K. and Speed, C.}, EDITOR={Schmorrow, D. and Nicholson, D.}, TITLE={Capturing Culture and Effects Variables Using Structured Argumentation}, BOOKTITLE={Advances in Cross-Cultural Decision Making}, ADDRESS={Boca Raton, FL}, PUBLISHER={CRC Press}, SERIES={Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics Series}, PAGES={363-373}, MONTH={June}, YEAR={2010}, COPYRIGHT={Copyright 2011 by Taylor and Francis Group, LLC}, KEYWORDS={Modeling Culture, Effects-Based Modeling, Structured Argumentation}, ABSTRACT={The Socio-Cultural Analysis Tool (S-CAT) is being developed to help decision makers better understand the plausible effects of actions taken in situations where the impact of culture is both significant and subtle. We describe the intended use of S-CAT on an illustrative use case, and discuss our use of structured argumentation as a representation technique to capture both culture variables and effects variables. Benefits of this approach include capturing multiple cultural theories and aggregating the forecasts of effects from multiple sources.} }

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