Adaptive Problem Solving using Off-the-Shelf Adaptive Design
Construction of an Environment to Foster Adaptive Problem-Solving Skills based on the Cognitive Behavioral Science Theory of Action Selection and Memory
Our lab is developing a wearable device capable of measuring everyday behaviours. Our goal is to find the connection between these unconscious behaviors and our decision process, to enhance our life-styles and create a safer society.
This project consists of 3 stages:
- Find which information is relevant for our daily decision process and create a wearable device capable of recording this information.
- Analyze these data and create a decision model that can predict and support our adaptive problem solving skills.
- Design a support system that can be used in daily-life, that help us look back into past actions and support the decision of future events.
By understanding which elements from our daily behaviour influence our decision process, we can create a support system that enhances our Adaptive Problem Solving Skills, helping us make faster and better decision.
Based on the cognitive-behavioral science theory of action selection and memory, this study constructs an environment that smoothly integrates “memory enhancement by behavioral measurement, problem-solving behavior extraction, and cognitive process visualization” into individual activity lines by visualizing cognitive processes during task execution by the 4-PROCESS.
This project is supported by the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI) Program from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).