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20 February 1987 Cooperative Human-Machine Fault Diagnosis
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Proceedings Volume 0729, Space Station Automation II; (1987) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.964881
Event: Cambridge Symposium_Intelligent Robotics Systems, 1986, Cambridge, MA, United States
Abstract
Current expert system technology does not permit complete automatic fault diagnosis; significant levels of human intervention are still required. This requirement dictates a need for a division of labor that recognizes the strengths and weaknesses of both human and machine diagnostic skills. Relevant findings from the literature on human cognition are combined with the results of reviews of aircrew performance with highly automated systems to suggest how the interface of a fault diagnostic expert system can be designed to assist human operators in verifying machine diagnoses and guiding interactive fault diagnosis. It is argued that the needs of the human operator should play an important role in the design of the knowledge base.
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Roger Remington and Everett Palmer "Cooperative Human-Machine Fault Diagnosis", Proc. SPIE 0729, Space Station Automation II, (20 February 1987); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.964881
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