Presentation 2008/12/12
Improvement of Safety through Automation
Toshiyuki INAGAKI,
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Abstract(in English) This paper discusses that human-centered automation for system safety can be domain-dependent. The questions asked in this paper are: (1) Does the statement that, "The human must be in command," have to hold at all times and on every occasion, and in every transportation mode? (2) What the automation may do when it detected the human's inappropriate behavior or performance while monitoring the human?
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Keyword(in English) Reliability and safety / automation surprises / human-centered automation / authority (locus of control)
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Title (in English) Improvement of Safety through Automation
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Keyword(1) Reliability and safety
Keyword(2) automation surprises
Keyword(3) human-centered automation
Keyword(4) authority (locus of control)
1st Author's Name Toshiyuki INAGAKI
1st Author's Affiliation School of Systems Information and Engineering, University of Tsukuba()
Date 2008/12/12
Paper # SSS2008-27
Volume (vol) vol.108
Number (no) 365
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 4
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