Group in the Loop
Group in the Loop[edit | edit source]
Definition[edit | edit source]
Group in the Loop (GitL) describes a decision analytic process in which a group of stakeholders or decision makers is integral to the decision. Both the individual’s values and group dynamics need to be addressed explicitly in a GitL decision process. In other words, the process needs to account for how the individual’s equities are captured, and those equities are then adjudicated to come up with an overall consensus decision. Decision Conferencing and other Socio-Technical processes are designed for GitL decision analytic problems.
Group-in-the-Loop is related to Human in the Loop (HitL). In Modeling and Simulation communities, HitL refers to systems where models require human interaction through control, decision making or communication. GitL extends HitL to include group decision making where individuals in a group have different perspectives and conflicting objectives.
Applications[edit | edit source]
Decision Conferencing, Wargaming, Public Private Partnerships
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