Collaborative 26 . Collaborative Human – AutomationDecision Making

@inproceedings{Cummings2009Collaborative2,
  title={Collaborative 26 . Collaborative Human – AutomationDecision Making},
  author={M. L. Cummings and Sylvain Bruni},
  year={2009}
}
The development of a comprehensive collaborative human–computer decision-making model is needed that demonstrates not only what decisionmaking functions should or could be assigned to humans or computers, but how many functions can best be served in a mutually supportive environment in which the human and computer collaborate to arrive at a solution superior to that which either would have come to independently. To this end, we present the human–automation collaboration taxonomy (HACT), which… CONTINUE READING
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