Trust In Automated Systems Literature Review

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Description : This report reviews research literature pertaining to trust in automated systems. Based on the review, the report notes similarities with trust in the interpersonal domain as well as several unique dynamics & influences pertaining to trust in automated systems. Existing research has focussed primarily on trust in automation that has an executive or control function, and to a lesser extent considers trust in automation that is designed to present information to operators. Several models related to trust in automation have already been developed, and a comprehensive though preliminary model of trust in military automation is proposed. Sets of factors likely to impact the development of trust in automation are discussed, including properties of the automaton & of the operator, and properties of the context in which interaction with automation occurs. Based on the findings of the review, measures & methods to study trust in automation are considered and a program of research to study trust in automated systems is described.


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Library Automation

Author by : LaVahn Overmyer
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Office Automation And Productivity

Author by : George Wybouw
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Publisher by : Laval, Quebec : Canadian Workplace Automation Research Centre, Organizational Research Directorate
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Description : Provides a bibliography on the subject of productivity in the office environment. In addition to the abstracts, it contains an original index of references which includes definitions or usage for the terms as well as the articles to which they refer.


Literature Review On Recent International Activity In Cooperative Vehicle Highway Automation Systems

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Description : This literature review supports the report, Recent International Activity in Cooperative Vehicle-Highway Automation Systems. It reviews the published literature in English dating from 2007 or later about non-U.S.-based work on cooperative vehicle-highway automation systems. This review covers work performed in Europe and Japan, with application to transit buses, heavy trucks, and passenger cars. In addition to fully automated driving of the vehicles (without human intervention), it also covers partial automation systems, which automate subsets of the total driving process. Recent International Activity in Cooperative Vehicle Highway Automation Systems is published separately as FHWA-HRT-12-033.


Driver Reactions To Automated Vehicles

Author by : Alexander Eriksson
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Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : Driver Reactions to Automated Vehicles focuses on the design and evaluation of the handover to and from driver and the automobile. The authors present evidence from studies in driving simulators and on the open roads to show that handover times are much longer than anticipated by previous research. In the course of the studies, Eriksson and Stanton develop compelling evidence to support the use of driving simulators for the study of handovers. They also develop guidelines for the design of handover strategies and show how this improves driver takeover of vehicle control. Features Provides a history of automobile automation Offers a contemporary analysis of the state of automobile automation Includes novel approaches in examining driver-automation interaction Presents studies of automation in driving simulators Includes on-road studies of driver automation Covers guidelines for design of vehicle automation


Disrupted Development And The Future Of Inequality In The Age Of Automation

Author by : Lukas Schlogl
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Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This open access book examines the future of inequality, work and wages in the age of automation with a focus on developing countries. The authors argue that the rise of a global ‘robot reserve army’ has profound effects on labor markets and economic development, but, rather than causing mass unemployment, new technologies are more likely to lead to stagnant wages and premature deindustrialization. The book illuminates the debate on the impact of automation upon economic development, in particular issues of poverty, inequality and work. It highlights public policy responses and strategies–ranging from containment to coping mechanisms—to confront the effects of automation.


Personnel Literature

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Language And Automation

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Economic And Social Implications Of Automation An Annotated Bibliography Literature 1957 1960 By E Hardin W B Eddy And S E Deutsch

Author by : Michigan State University. Labor and Industrial Relations Center
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Description : Contents--v.1 A bibliographic review by G.Cheek.--v.2 An annotated bibliography: literature, 1957-1960, by E. Hardin, W.B. Eddy, and S.F. Deutsch.--v.3 Literature, 1961-65.


Internet Of Things Iot For Automated And Smart Applications

Author by : Yasser Ismail
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Description : Internet of Things (IoT) is a recent technology paradigm that creates a global network of machines and devices that are capable of communicating with each other. Security cameras, sensors, vehicles, buildings, and software are examples of devices that can exchange data between each other. IoT is recognized as one of the most important areas of future technologies and is gaining vast recognition in a wide range of applications and fields related to smart homes and cities, military, education, hospitals, homeland security systems, transportation and autonomous connected cars, agriculture, intelligent shopping systems, and other modern technologies. This book explores the most important IoT automated and smart applications to help the reader understand the principle of using IoT in such applications.


Annotated Bibliography Of Films In Automation Data Processing And Computer Science

Author by : Martin B. Soloman Jr.
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Publisher by : University Press of Kentucky
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Description : With the rapid development of computer science and the expanding use of computers in all facets of American life, there has been made available a wide range of instructional and informational films on automation, data processing, and computer science. Here is the first annotated bibliography of these and related films, gathered from industrial, institutional, and other sources. This bibliography annotates 244 films, alphabetically arranged by title, with a detailed subject index. Information is also provided concerning the intended audience, rental-purchase data, ordering procedures, and such specifications as running time and film size.


Robotics Automation And Control

Author by : Pavla Pecherková
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Description : This book was conceived as a gathering place of new ideas from academia, industry, research and practice in the fields of robotics, automation and control. The aim of the book was to point out interactions among various fields of interests in spite of diversity and narrow specializations which prevail in the current research. The common denominator of all included chapters appears to be a synergy of various specializations. This synergy yields deeper understanding of the treated problems. Each new approach applied to a particular problem can enrich and inspire improvements of already established approaches to the problem.


Contemporary Empirical Methods In Software Engineering

Author by : Michael Felderer
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Description : This book presents contemporary empirical methods in software engineering related to the plurality of research methodologies, human factors, data collection and processing, aggregation and synthesis of evidence, and impact of software engineering research. The individual chapters discuss methods that impact the current evolution of empirical software engineering and form the backbone of future research. Following an introductory chapter that outlines the background of and developments in empirical software engineering over the last 50 years and provides an overview of the subsequent contributions, the remainder of the book is divided into four parts: Study Strategies (including e.g. guidelines for surveys or design science); Data Collection, Production, and Analysis (highlighting approaches from e.g. data science, biometric measurement, and simulation-based studies); Knowledge Acquisition and Aggregation (highlighting literature research, threats to validity, and evidence aggregation); and Knowledge Transfer (discussing open science and knowledge transfer with industry). Empirical methods like experimentation have become a powerful means of advancing the field of software engineering by providing scientific evidence on software development, operation, and maintenance, but also by supporting practitioners in their decision-making and learning processes. Thus the book is equally suitable for academics aiming to expand the field and for industrial researchers and practitioners looking for novel ways to check the validity of their assumptions and experiences. Chapter 17 is available open access under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License via link.springer.com.


Control Systems Robotics And Automation Volume Xvii

Author by : Heinz D. Unbehauen
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Publisher by : EOLSS Publications
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Description : This Encyclopedia of Control Systems, Robotics, and Automation is a component of the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems EOLSS, which is an integrated compendium of twenty one Encyclopedias. This 22-volume set contains 240 chapters, each of size 5000-30000 words, with perspectives, applications and extensive illustrations. It is the only publication of its kind carrying state-of-the-art knowledge in the fields of Control Systems, Robotics, and Automation and is aimed, by virtue of the several applications, at the following five major target audiences: University and College Students, Educators, Professional Practitioners, Research Personnel and Policy Analysts, Managers, and Decision Makers and NGOs.


Handbook Of Human Factors For Automated Connected And Intelligent Vehicles

Author by : Donald L. Fisher
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Description : Handbook of Human Factors for Automated, Connected, and Intelligent Vehicles Subject Guide: Ergonomics & Human Factors Automobile crashes are the seventh leading cause of death worldwide, resulting in over 1.25 million deaths yearly. Automated, connected, and intelligent vehicles have the potential to reduce crashes significantly, while also reducing congestion, carbon emissions, and increasing accessibility. However, the transition could take decades. This new handbook serves a diverse community of stakeholders, including human factors researchers, transportation engineers, regulatory agencies, automobile manufacturers, fleet operators, driving instructors, vulnerable road users, and special populations. It provides information about the human driver, other road users, and human–automation interaction in a single, integrated compendium in order to ensure that automated, connected, and intelligent vehicles reach their full potential. Features Addresses four major transportation challenges—crashes, congestion, carbon emissions, and accessibility—from a human factors perspective Discusses the role of the human operator relevant to the design, regulation, and evaluation of automated, connected, and intelligent vehicles Offers a broad treatment of the critical issues and technological advances for the designing of transportation systems with the driver in mind Presents an understanding of the human factors issues that are central to the public acceptance of these automated, connected, and intelligent vehicles Leverages lessons from other domains in understanding human interactions with automation Sets the stage for future research by defining the space of unexplored questions


Automation Based Creative Design Research And Perspectives

Author by : A. Tzonis
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Description : Case-based design and creativity / Gerhard Schmitt -- Remembrance of things past : design precedents in libraries / Rivka Oxman and Robert Oxman -- Modelling the representation of architectural design cases / Christian Kühn and Marcus Herzog -- The 98% solution / Frederick Jules -- The image and the model / Paul Quintrand -- The future of visual design representations in architecture / Alexander Koutamanis -- A multi-level primitive generic components model / L.K. Alberts, P.M. Wognum and N.J.I. Mars -- The pedagogical grammar / George Stiny -- Artifact grammars and architectural invention / William J. Mitchell -- The design of prismatic and crystalline building shapes with the help of computer techniques / Pieter Huybers -- System architecture for computer integration of design and construction knowledge / Charles M. Eastman, Scott C. Chase and Hisham H. Assal -- Integrated use of building design tools : results from the combine project / Godfried Augenbroe -- Computational support fo ...


Research In Education

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