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In this article we review and assess human-centered level of automation (LOA), an alternate approach to traditional, technology-centered design of automation in dynamic-control systems. The objective of human-controlled LOA is to improve human-machine performance by taking into account both operator and technological capabilities. Automation literature has(More)
To understand the processes involved in trust-based judgments in a computer-mediated multi-agent setting, a user interface (UI) was developed and an experiment was devised based on the Iterated Diner’s Dilemma, a variation of the nplayer Prisoner’s Dilemma. Analysis of the experiment resulted in two major findings: (1) UI composition and information(More)
OBJECTIVE We investigated how increases in task-relevant information affect human decision-making performance, situation awareness (SA), and trust in a simulated command-and-control (C2) environment. BACKGROUND Increased information is often associated with an improvement of SA and decision-making performance in networked organizations. However, previous(More)
Our putpose is to make decision of intrauterine growth retardation (IUGR) through single and multiple ultrasonographic fetal growth assessments using a neural network (NN). This study was undertaken to show if a feedforward NN can learn nominal growth curves of head circumference (HC), abdominal circumference (AC), and HC/AC ratio versus gestational age and(More)
User interface (UI) composition and information presentation can impact human trust behavior. Trust is a complex concept studied by disciplines like psychology, sociology, economics, and computer science. Definitions of trust vary depending on the context, but are typically based on the core concept of “reliance on another person or entity”. Trust is a(More)
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