Automation Challenges of Socio-technical Systems
Paradoxes and Conflicts
1. Edition July 2019
360 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
The challenges of automating socio-technical systems are strongly linked to the strengths and limitations of technical and human resources, such as perceptual characteristics, cooperative capacities, job-sharing arrangements, modeling of human behavior and the contribution of innovative design approaches.
Automation Challenges of Socio-technical Systems exposes the difficulties in implementing and sustaining symbiosis between humans and machines in both the short and long terms. Furthermore, it presents innovative solutions for achieving such symbiosis, drawing on skills from cognitive sciences, engineering sciences and the social sciences. It is aimed at researchers, academics and engineers in these fields.
1. Synchronization of Stimuli with Heart Rate: a New Challenge to Control Attentional Dissonances, Frédéric Vanderhaegen, Marion Wolff
and Régis Mollard.
2. System-centered Specification of Physico-physiological Interactions of Sensory Perception, Jean-Marc Dupont, Frédérique Mayer,
Fabien Bouffaron, Romain Lieber and Gérard Morel.
Part 2. Cooperation and Sharing of Tasks
3. A Framework for Analysis of Shared Authority in Complex Socio-technical Systems, Cédric Bach and Sonja Biede.
4. The Design of an Interface According to Principles of Transparency, Raïssa Pokam Meguia, Serge Debernard, Christine Chauvin
and Sabine Langlois.
Part 3. System Reliability
5. Exteroceptive Fault-tolerant Control for Autonomous and Safe Driving, Mohamed Riad Boukhari, Ahmed Chaibet, Moussa Boukhnifer and Sébastien Glaser.
6. A Graphical Model Based on Performance Shaping Factors for a Better Assessment of Human Reliability, Subeer Rangra, Mohamed Sallak, Walter Schön and Frédéric Vanderhaegen.
Part 4. System Modeling and Decision Support
7. Fuzzy Decision Support Model for the Control and Regulation of Transport Systems, Saïd Hayat and Saïd Moh Ahmaed.
8. The Impact of Human Stability on Human-Machine Systems: the Case of the Rail Transport, Denis Berdjag and Frédéric Vanderhaegen.
Part 5. Innovative Design
9. Development of an Intelligent Garment for Crisis Management: Fire Control Application, Guillaume Tartare, Marie-Pierre Pacaux-Lemoine, Ludovic Koehl and Xianyi Zeng.
10. Active Pedagogy for Innovation in Transport, Frédéric Vanderhaegen.
Choubeila Maaoui is a Professor at the University of Lorraine, France, and a member of the LCOMS laboratory and IFRATH.
Mohamed Sallak is a senior lecturer at the Compiègne University of Technology, France and a member of the Heudiasyc laboratory.
Denis Berdjag is a senior lecturer at Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France, and a researcher of the LAMIH laboratory.