Effects of probing behaviors to adapt machine autonomy in shared control systems

  title={Effects of probing behaviors to adapt machine autonomy in shared control systems},
  author={Yukio Horiguchi and Tetsuo Sawaragi},
  journal={2005 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics},
  pages={317-323 Vol. 1}
This paper addresses the adaptability in the human-machine collaboration as a necessary element for the adequate coordination between human and mechanized control. Currently, all efforts to resolve any mismatch between humans and machines are charged only to the human operators as machines have no ability to deal with and adapt to variable behaviors of their human partners. Concerning this issue, inspired by our human proactive actions to the external world, the authors advocate introducing… CONTINUE READING
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