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Title : 16.422 Human Supervisory Control of Automated Systems (MIT)

Description : Human Supervisory Control of Automated Systems discusses elements of the interactions between humans and machines.  These elements include: assignment of roles and authority; tradeoffs between human control and human monitoring; and human intervention in automatic processes.  Further topics comprise: performance, optimization and social implications of the system; enhanced human interfaces; decision aiding; and automated alterting systems.  Topics refer to applications in aerospace, industrial and transportation systems.

Fromsemester : Spring

Fromyear : 2004

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Date : 2004-08-31T07:19:21+05:00

Relation : 16.422

Language : en-US

Subject : Human supervisory control

Subject : Dynamic systems

Subject : Complex dynamic systems

Subject : Automation

Subject : Automated systems

Subject : Decision processes

Subject : Man-machine

Subject : Supervisory functions

Subject : Human-centered

Subject : Systems engineering design

Subject : Semi-structured models

Subject : Tast analysis

Subject : Function allocation

Subject : Memory

Subject : Attention

Subject : Classical decision theory

Subject : Signal detection

Subject : Uncertainty

Subject : Naturalistic decision making

Subject : Workload

Subject : Situation awareness

Subject : Aircraft displays

Subject : Flight management systems

Subject : Human error

Subject : Reliability

Subject : Cooperative decision support

Subject : Adaptive automation

Subject : Alerting systems

Subject : Command and control

Subject : Air traffic control

Subject : Unmanned space vehicles

Subject : Automobile systems

Subject : Telemedicine

Subject : Telerobotics

Subject : Medical interface design

Subject : Nuclear control plants

Subject : Process control plants

Publisher : MIT OpenCourseWare

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