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Some New Control Theoretic Models for Human Operator Display Monitoring

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Control theoretic techniques are applied to develop two new models for predicting human operator performance when monitoring an automatically controlled system. In one case it is assumed that the human monitors the instruments in order to rapidly detect failures. A second approach assumes that the instruments are sampled to best reconstruct the system status information. The relation of these models to existing prediction schemes, e.g., equal attention and the Senders model is explored. It is concluded that a combination of failure detection and status estimation models offers the best potential for human operator application.

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IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 11 )