Human Factors in Automated and Robotic Space Systems: Proceedings of a Symposium

Human Factors in Automated and Robotic Space Systems: Proceedings of a Symposium

By: National Academy of Sciences (author), Committee on Human Factors (author), National Research Council (author), Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education (author), Board on Human-Systems Integration (author)Paperback

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Committee on Human Factors, National Research Council

Contents

1 Front Matter; 2 Symposium Summary; 3 Opening Session; 4 Welcome; 5 Introduction; 6 Keynote Address: Human Factors Research for the NASA Space Station; 7 Session I: System Productivity: People and Machines; 8 Productivity in the Space Station; 9 Discussion: Comments on System Productivity: People and Machines; 10 Synopsis of General Audience Discussion; 11 Session II: Expert Systems and Their Use; 12 AI Systems in the Space Station; 13 Expert Systems: Applications in Space; 14 Discussion: Comments on Expert Systems and Their Use; 15 Synopsis of General Audience Discussion; 16 Session III: Language and Displays for Human-Computer Interaction; 17 Change in Human-Computer Interfaces on the Space Station: Why it Needs to Happen and How to Plan for It; 18 Cognitive Factors in the Design and Development of Software in the Space Station; 19 Discussion: Designing for the Face of the Future: Research Issues in Human-Computer Interaction; 20 Synopsis of General Audience Discussion; 21 Session IV: Computer-Aided Monitoring and Decision Making; 22 Robustness and Transparency in Intelligent Systems; 23 Decision Making-Aided and Unaided; 24 Discussion: Issues in Design and Uncertainty; 25 Synopsis of General Audience Discussion; 26 Session V: Telepresence and Supervisory Control; 27 Teleoperation, Telepresence, and Telorobotics: Research Needs for Space; 28 Telerobotics for the Evolving Space Station: Research Needs and Outstanding Problems; 29 Discussion: Comments on Telepresence and Supervisory Control; 30 Synopsis of General Audience Discussion; 31 Session VI: Social Factors in Productivity and Performance; 32 Social Stress, Computer-Mediated Communication Systems, and Human Productivity in Space Stations: A Research Agenda; 33 Control, Conflict, and Crisis Management in the Space Station; 34 Discussion: Conflict and Stress in the Space Station; 35 Synopsis of General Audience Discussion; 36 Session VII: The Human Role in Space Systems; 37 The Roles of Humans and Machines in Space; 38 Sharing Cognitive Tasks Between People and Computers in Space Systems; 39 Discussion: Comments on the Human Role in Space Systems; 40 Synopsis of General Audience Discussion; 41 Conclusion; 42 Concluding Remarks by Allen Newell; 43 Concluding Remarks by Thomas B. Sheridan; 44 Appendix: Symposium Program

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/01/1987
  • ISBN13: 9780309078030
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 480
  • ID: 9780309078030
  • ISBN10: 0309078032

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