Patrick Millot

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This paper analyzes the behavior of drivers using Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) within the theoretical framework of Human–Machine Cooperation. The study was carried out on a driving simulator. Driving task performance data and responses to a trust questionnaire were analyzed in order to examine the relationship between driver reliance on ACC and such(More)
—A study of an ultrawideband frequency-modulated continuous-wave radar with an extended frequency sweep from 0.5 to 8 GHz is presented. It has been applied to through-the-wall human detection. This work presents the modeling of wall atten-uation followed by real measurements. The radar system is presented , and trials of human being tracking are shown. This(More)
RESUME Ce document retrace d'abord l'évolution des approches de modélisation des systèmes Homme-Machine depuis 60 ans. Il s'inspire de SHERIDAN /85/ et distingue trois périodes : l'immédiat après-guerre avec des approches empiriques fondées sur l'observation des comportements humains, la période 55-80 avec l'apparition de l'automatique humaine (human(More)
As technical processes become more and more complex and the need to support human operators in supervision or control tasks becomes increasingly crucial, the nature of the interactions between human operators and Decision Support Systems (DSS) tends towards Human-Machine cooperation in which the DSS facilitates a partnership with the human operators. In(More)
For several years, the need for air traffic control has been continuously increasing. In order to maintain aircraft safety, different support tools have been built and assessed by our laboratory. The professional controllers who have tested these tools have made various criticisms. Our conviction is that it is necessary to design a more cooperative tool(More)