The twenty-seven papers cover recent advances in both empirical and theoretical aspects of man-machine interaction with special emphasis on the subjects of man-automation and man-computer interaction. They provide information on a subject which has grown rapidly in importance during recent years.


For engineers and computer scientists working in the fields of automatic control and information processing.

Table of Contents

Plenary Paper I. Knowledge engineering for industrial expert systems, G Johannsen & J L Alty. Decision Support Systems. Multiobjective decision support system for manpower planning, Zhang Guo Qing et al. Supervisory Control and Modelling. Two approaches for man-computer cooperation in supervisory tasks, P Millot et al. Knowledge-Based Systems. User-friendly expert systems for turbine/generator vibration diagnosis, S Matsumura. Plenary Paper II. A man-machine system approach in the field of rehabilitation: a challenge or a necessity, H G Stassen et al. Manual Control. A Robust control model of human tracking performance, L Wang & X L Kong. Man-Machine Interaction. Loading patterns by users of a local automated network, H C Ratz. Plenary Paper III. Emerging trends in present and future aircraft cockpit designs: chanllenges in anlysis, design and evaluation, J-J Speyer. Human Performance. The prediction of human performance safety with event trees, G Heslinga & H G Stassen. Cognitive Processes. Adaptive user interfaces in man machine systems - a review of the applicability of connectionist learning mechanisms, K F Kraiss. Industrial Plants. A human-computer interaction approach for parameter estimation of multi-fuel boilers, Wang Ding Wei. Author index. Keyword index.


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