Supporting Coordination in Widely Distributed Cognitive Systems: The Role of Conflict Type, Time Pressure, Display Design, and Trust

@inproceedings{Olson1999SupportingCI,
  title={Supporting Coordination in Widely Distributed Cognitive Systems: The Role of Conflict Type, Time Pressure, Display Design, and Trust},
  author={Wesley A. Olson},
  year={1999}
}
Abstract : Coordination has been defined as the management of dependencies between the goals, tasks, and resources of various agents. Recently, effective coordination between human and machine agents has become increasingly important due to increasing levels of system autonomy and authority. The coordination strategy most often preferred by human operators due to a perceived high level of control over machine actions is called management by consent. Under this approach, the machine is not… CONTINUE READING