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An analysis of the crew's role in a highly automated Space Station crew reentry vehicle

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2 Author(s)
V. Riley ; Honeywell Syst. & Res. Center, Minneapolis, MN, USA ; L. Johannesen

An analysis of potential crew involvement in a highly automated vehicle for returning crew members from an orbiting Space Station is presented. The purpose of the analysis is to define a systematic process by which the various constraints of crew deconditioning, crew training, and operational environment could be balanced in designing the crew's response to automation failures. The results of the analysis include an automation taxonomy in which crew involvement in a given situation is bounded at one end by mission requirements and level of automation failure and at the other by crew capabilities, and a list of crew functions at each level of potential crew involvement

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Digital Avionics Systems Conference, 1990. Proceedings., IEEE/AIAA/NASA 9th

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15-18 Oct 1990