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An approach towards the design of intelligent man-machine interfaces used in process control

Abstract : This paper is related to improvements carried out n the field of human-machine communication in complex industrial processes, using the concept of the ‘intelligent’ interface. Following a review of literature on this subject, an ‘intelligent’ interface design based on ergonomical concepts is described. Finally, we present our approach to the design of an ‘intelligent’ interface. The Decisional Module of Imagery (D.M.I.) as it is called, is based on two models: a task model and a user model. The D.M.I.'s structure and its integration in an experimental platform are described in the last part of this paper.
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Mustapha Tendjaoui, Christophe Kolski, Patrick Millot. An approach towards the design of intelligent man-machine interfaces used in process control. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, Elsevier, 1991, 8 (4), pp.345-361. ⟨10.1016/0169-8141(91)90070-3⟩. ⟨hal-03521359⟩

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