Human Error, Safety and Systems Development

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Title

Human Error, Safety and Systems Development

Subject

Ergonomics

Description

In this text aspects of human decision making in complex traffic environments are described and requirements for cognitive models that shall be
used as virtual test pilots or test drivers for new assistance concepts are derived.
Assistance systems are an accepted means to support humans in complex traffic
environments. There is a growing consensus that cognitive models can be used
to test systems from a human factors perspective. The text describes the current
state of cognitive architectures and argues that though very relevant achievements have been realized some important characteristics of human decision
making have so far been neglected: humans use environment and time dependent heuristics. An extension of the typical cognitive cycle prevalent in extant
models is suggested

Creator

Philippe Palanque Jean Vanderdonckt Marco Winckler (Eds.)

Source

springer.com

Publisher

Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg

Date

2010

Language

English

Files

Collection

Citation

Philippe Palanque Jean Vanderdonckt Marco Winckler (Eds.), “Human Error, Safety and Systems Development,” Portal Ebook UNTAG SURABAYA, accessed June 22, 2024, https://ebook.untag-sby.ac.id/items/show/1074.