A human centric framework for the analysis of automated driving systems based on meaningful human control

@article{Calvert2019AHC,
  title={A human centric framework for the analysis of automated driving systems based on meaningful human control},
  author={Simeon Craig Calvert and Dani{\"e}l D. Heikoop and Giulio Mecacci and Bart van Arem},
  journal={Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={21},
  pages={478 - 506}
}
ABSTRACT The future adoption of automated vehicles poses many challenges, with one of the more important being the preservation of control over vehicles that are no longer (fully) operated by drivers. There is consensus that vehicles should not perform actions that are unacceptable to humans. In this paper, we introduce the concept of Meaningful Human Control (MHC) as a function of a framework of the Automated Driving System (ADS). This framework is constructed through the core components that… 
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