A modelling formalism for human-machine cooperative systems
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- A modelling formalism for human-machine cooperative systems
- Rothrock, Ling; Wysk, Richard; Kim, Namhun; Shin, Dongmin; Son, Young-Jun; Joo, Jaekoo
- Affordances; Control software; Ecological concepts; Formal model; Human activities; Human-machine cooperative system; Human-machine systems; System operation
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- TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD
- INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRODUCTION RESEARCH, v.49, no.14, pp.4263 - 4273
- This paper presents a collection of models of humans involved in complex systems with a focus on control of the system while allowing human participation in decisions for system operation. The existence of a formal model that captures human behaviour in a complex system allows for the efficient development of modelling and control software of man-machine systems. This paper provides a foundation for modelling and software development for complex systems that includes human activities. A modelling formalism, based on the automata theory for human-machine cooperative systems is demonstrated in this paper in consideration with the ecological concept of affordance.
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