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Integrating human factors and artificial intelligence in the development of human-machine cooperation

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Author: Maanen, P.P. van · Lindenberg, J. · Neericx, M.A.
Institution: TNO Defensie en Veiligheid
Source:Arabnia, H.R.Joshua, R., 2005 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, ICAI'05, 27 June 2005 through 30 June 2005, Las Vegas, NV, 10-16
Identifier: 15959
Keywords: Informatics · human-machine cooperation · integrated system design · cognitive engineering · human factors · intelligent user-interfaces · human-computer interaction · cognitive engineering · human factors · user interfaces · artificial intelligence


Increasing machine intelligence leads to a shift from a mere interactive to a much more complex cooperative human-machine relation requiring a multidisciplinary development approach. This paper presents a generic multidisciplinary cognitive engineering method CE+ for the integration of human factors and artificial intelligence in the development of human-machine cooperation. Four case-studies are presented which contain a description of the developed human-machine cooperation and the adjusted CE+ method used. For each case-study the method supported research and development activities in such a way that sound knowledge bases, methodologies, and user interfaces for human-machine cooperation could be established. However, the method always needed to be tailored to the specific goals and circumstances, such as the available time, novelty, and required integration.