Print Email Facebook Twitter Enhancing human understanding through intelligent explanations Title Enhancing human understanding through intelligent explanations Author Mioch, T. Harbers, M. van Doesburg, W.A. van den Bosch, K. TNO Defensie en Veiligheid Contributor Bosse, T. (editor) Castelfranchi, C. (editor) Neerincx, M. (editor) Sadria, F. (editor) Treur, J. (editor) Publication year 2007 Abstract Ambient systems that explain their actions promote the user's understanding as they give the user more insight in the e®ects of their behavior on the environment. In order to provide individualized intelligent explanations, we need not only to evaluate a user's observable behavior, but we also need to make sense of the underlying beliefs, intentions and strategies. In this paper we argue for the need of intelligent explanations, identify the requirements of such explanations, propose a method to achieve generation of intelligent explanations, and report on a prototype in the training of naval situation assessment and decision making. We discuss the implications of intelligent explanations in training and set the agenda for future research. Key words: Explanations, simulation-based training, intelligent tutoring systems, cognitive modeling, feedback, learning Subject Psychology Simulationsimulation based trainingcognitive modellingfeedbacklearning To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:740435fe-8eb8-41ce-a395-b79c48f9a9dd TNO identifier 19178 Source Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Human Aspects in Ambient Intelligence (AmI07), Darmstadt, Germany, 73-83 Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.