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Development of a Generalized Human-Machine Interface,
LOCKHEED ELECTRONICS CO INC PLAINFIELD N J
The development of a Generalized Human-Machine Interface is driven by consideration of human communication capabilities and limitations. The goal is to develop a system which provides machine capabilities similar to those required for communication among human beings. System features resulting from this approach and incorporated in the design include application independence, attention monitoring, dynamic device assignment, human performance monitoring, and natural language processing. In addition, a special data management structure has been designed. System architecture and development progress are described. Author
This article is from 'Proceedings of the MIT/ONR (Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Office of Naval Research) Workshop on C3 (Command, Control, and Communications) Systems (6th) Held at Cambridge, Massachusetts on 25-29 July 1983,' AD-A138 614, p100-105.