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Principles of procedural support in man-machine systems

Weir, G.R.S. and Hollnagel, E. (1990) Principles of procedural support in man-machine systems. In: Ninth European Annual conference on human decision making and manual control, Varese, Italy, 1990-09-10 - 1990-09-12.

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Abstract

Two alternative ways of embedding human performance models into man-machine systems exist, namely embedding them directly into the man-machine interface or into the technical system proper as a decision support. The boundary between these two solutions is rather fuzzy and their simultaneous application could also be reasonable and effective.