Automation and Human Performance: Theory and Applications

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Automation and Human Performance: Theory and Applications

Edited by Raja Parasuraman Catholic University of America

Mustapha Mouloua University of Central Florida, Orlando

Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers 1996 Mahwah, New Jersey

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Human Factors in Transportation ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Foreword ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xv
  • Contributors xviii
  • I Theories and Major Concepts 1
  • 1: Decomposing Automation: Apparent Simplicity, Real Complexity 3
  • 2: Operator Reliance on Automation: Theory and Data 19
  • Conclusions 33
  • Acknowledgments 34
  • References 34
  • 3: Theoretical Perspectives on Adaptive Automation 37
  • 4: A Theoretical Framework for Representational Design 65
  • Conclusions 82
  • Acknowledgments 85
  • References 85
  • 11: Assessment of Human Performance in Automated Systems 89
  • 5: Monitoring of Automated Systems 91
  • Conclusions 111
  • Acknowledgments 112
  • References 112
  • 6: Pilot Workload and Flightdeck Automation 117
  • Conclusions 131
  • References 135
  • 7: Psychophysiological Measures of Workload: Potential Applications to Adaptively Automated Systems 137
  • 8 - Automation and Situation Awareness 163
  • Conclusion 178
  • References 178
  • 9: Vigilance and Workload in Automated Systems 183
  • Acknowledgements 197
  • References 197
  • 10: Human Decision Makers and Automated Decision Aids: Made for Each Other? 201
  • Acknowledgments 217
  • References 217
  • 11: Supervisory Control and the Design of Intelligent User Interfaces 221
  • 12 - Team Performance in Automated Systems 243
  • Iii Applications 265
  • 13: Cockpit Automation: From Quantity to Quality, from Individual Pilot to Multiple Agents 267
  • Conclusion 277
  • Acknowledgments 278
  • References 278
  • 14: Fault Management in Aviation Systems 281
  • Summary 313
  • Acknowledgments 313
  • References 313
  • 15: Human Factors in Air Traffic System Automation 319
  • 16: Driver-Centered Issues in Advanced Automation for Motor Vehicles 337
  • Conclusions 359
  • References 360
  • 17: Maritime Automation 365
  • Conclusion 383
  • Acknowledgments 384
  • References 384
  • 18: Decision Support in Medical Systems 385
  • 19: Automation in Quality Control and Maintenance 407
  • 19: Automation in Quality Control and Maintenance 407
  • References 423
  • 20: Organizational and Safety Factors in Automated Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems 427
  • Acknowledgments 444
  • References 444
  • Iv Future Trends 447
  • 21: Speculations on Future Relations Between Humans and Automation 449
  • 22: Teleology for Technology 461
  • Acknowledgments 496
  • References 496
  • Author Index 499
  • Subject Index 511
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