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The Common Work Space for the Support of Supervision and Human-Machine Cooperation

Abstract : The supervision of automated systems is an interesting field for the human engineer, since humans play a fundamental role that is dependent on the level of automation. This chapter sets itself in this frame and presents different research, the main objective of which is to assist human operators with the introduction of tools automating part of their activities. It presents the technical means necessary for sustaining the cooperative activities between a human operator and a technical system. In this regard, the idea of a common work space (CWS) has been developed. The chapter also presents two different applications, each with different levels of automation. The first involves air traffic control, a process with a low level of automation. The second is a process of high-level automation: the reprocessing of nuclear combustibles. The main idea in this case is to favor active detection by the establishment of a debative human-machine cooperation.
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Serge Debernard, Bernard Riera, Thierry Poulain. The Common Work Space for the Support of Supervision and Human-Machine Cooperation. Designing Human-Machine Cooperation Systems, ISTE-Wiley, pp.285-342, 2014, 9781848216853. ⟨10.1002/9781118984390.ch8⟩. ⟨hal-03404190⟩



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