This PhD thesis is developed in collaboration with the Interactive Critical Systems (ICS) team of the IRIT lab in Toulouse and Deep Blue s.r.l. consulting & research in Rome. It is sponsored by HALA! Research Network.
There is thus a need in understanding how human can interact with new highly automated systems and this PhD aims to understand the implications of high levels of automations in human activities like supervision (monitoring and control) and management.
The descriptive capabilities of existing models are not sufficient to describe in a proper way these applications domains that we can define as Large Scale Socio-Technical Systems, because one model might not be able to capture in an exhaustive manner all the information. So we can combine multiple models offering different perspectives of the system under study and analysing it at different levels of granularity. As a result, we can build a federation of models (for further information please refer to the following link SPAD project )
3. Implication for Research/ Expected Results
5. Selected publications
Barboni, E., Martinie, C., Palanque, P., Ragosta, M. (2011) Task-Model Based Assessment of Automation Levels: Application to Space Ground Segments, 2011 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp. 3267-3273, 9 – 11 October, Anchorage, Alaska.
Hollnagel, E., Martinie, C., Palanque, P., Pasquini, A., Ragosta, M., Rigaud, E., Silvagni, S. (2011) System Performances under Automation Degradation (SPAD), The First SESAR Innovation Days, 29 November – 1 December, Toulouse, France.
Martinie, C., Palanque, P., Ragosta, M. (2012) Some Issues with Interaction Design and Implementation in the Context of Autonomous Interactive Critical Systems. CHI 2012 workshop: End-user interactions with intelligent and autonomous systems, 05 - 12 May, Austin, Texas.
Martinie, C., Palanque, P., Pasquini, A., Ragosta, M., Rigaud, E., Silvagni, S. (2012), Using Complementary Models-Based Approaches for Representing and Analysing ATM Systems’ Variability, 2nd International Conference on Application and Theory of Automation in Command and Control Systems, 29 – 31 May, Imperial College of London, U.K.
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