This book presents theories and models to examine how humans interact with complex automated systems, including both empirical and theoretical methods.
- Provides examples of models appropriate to the four stages of human-system interaction
- Examines in detail the philosophical underpinnings and assumptions of modeling
- Discusses how a model fits into "doing science" and the considerations in garnering evidence and arriving at beliefs for the modeled phenomena
Modeling Human-System Interaction is a reference for professionals in industry, academia and government who are researching, designing and implementing human-technology systems in transportation, communication, manufacturing, energy, and health care sectors.
Keywords: Automated systems; scientific modeling; human-system interaction; human-technology system; trade-off relationships; information acquisition; information analysis; decision-making; action implementation, Human Factors & Risk Assessment, Cognitive Science, Human Factors & Risk Assessment, Cognitive Science
- Sheridan, Thomas B.
- John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
- Publication year
- Stevens Institute Series on Complex Systems and Enterprises
- Page amount
- 192 pages
- Technology, Energy, Traffic
- eISBN (ePUB)
- Printed ISBN