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Failure detection methods to predict loss of control involving human-interface devices. II. Empirical validation

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4 Author(s)
Repperger, D.W. ; Air Force Res. Lab., Wright Patterson AFB, OH, USA ; Haas, M.W. ; Schley, P.C. ; Koivo, A.J.

Part I, published in the same conference, addressed certain theoretical issues concerning the design of a human-interface device to help predict the loss of tracking control when a human operator is involved in a position tracking scenario. This part describes the empirical validation of such a system with human subjects within a laboratory scenario. Such an apparatus can be used to help mitigate the loss of control by giving the operator a warning a priori or possibly used to adapt a display or controller (adjust the automation level)

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American Control Conference, 1998. Proceedings of the 1998  (Volume:1 )

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21-26 Jun 1998