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Man/Machine Interaction in Adaptive Computer-Aided Control: Human Factors Guidelines.
Technical rept. Nov 71-Nov 75,
PERCEPTRONICS INC WOODLAND HILLS CA
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This report provides in guideline form a summary of the investigations, findings and recommendations compiled in a series of studies of adaptive computer aided control. These studies, spanning the four year period from November 1971 to November 1975, were directed toward developing human factors criteria for the interaction between man and intelligent machine. The areas considered include 1 the range of application of adaptive aiding, 2 characteristics of adaptive control systems, 3 allocation of control function, 4 manmachine communication, 5 operator selection and training, and 6 system performance analysis methods. Author
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