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The Behavioural Informatics research area investigates on the one hand human-like agent models describing natural human processes and on the other hand human-aware agent models for supporting artificial (software/hardware) agents. Specific instances of the agent models have been developed for a number of application contexts in which humans have a hard job at hand.

Behavioural Informatics symposium February 29


20-4-2016 Affiliated group member: Simon Provoost
29-1-2016 Symposium on Behavioural Informatics
21-12-2015 PhD defense Jeroen: februari 29th
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6-10-2015 New PhD students Lenin and Daniel

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Human-like modelling

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Human-aware models

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Application contexts

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