Human error assessment and reduction technique
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We present a variety of new architectural features and training procedures that we apply to the generative adversarial networks… (More)
A model-driven design and validation of closed-loop medical device systems is presented. Currently, few if any medical systems on… (More)
We present ConfErr, a tool for testing and quantifying the resilience of software systems to human-induced configuration errors… (More)
- International Journal of Man-Machine Studies
Security may be compromised when humans make mistakes at the user interface. Cleartext is mistakenly sent to correspondents… (More)
Various levels of automation can be introduced by intelligent decision support systems, from fully automated, where the operator… (More)
- International Semantic Web Conference
Policies are being increasingly used for automated system management and controlling the behavior of complex systems, allowing… (More)
Human error has been implicated in 70 to 80% of all civil and military aviation accidents. Yet, most accident reporting systems… (More)
- Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud.
Computerized system monitors and decision aids are increasingly common additions to critical decision-making contexts such as… (More)
A key aim of human-machine interface design for aircraft control systems it to prevent pilot errors from jeopardising the safety… (More)
State-based testing is a new technique for testing object-oriented programs. It is based upon the exercising of the features of… (More)