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By T.B. Sheridan

The sequence of IFAC Symposia on research, layout and overview of Man-Machine platforms presents definitely the right discussion board for prime researchers and practitioners who paintings within the box to debate and review the newest study and advancements. This ebook comprises the papers provided on the sixth IFAC Symposium within the sequence which was once held in Cambridge, Massachusetts, united states

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So, the alarm processing system must facilitate the HO training, it must allow the HO to exploit as much as possible the dysfunction appearance. That permits the conceptualization of the process, its functions as well as its structure. So, the alarms must be a source of explanations. e. alarms, which are defined at the time of the supervision system design. This second category can be divided into 2 groups of alarms : • The breakdown alarms, which indicate a failure. Without these alarms, the detection of the failure will be accessible with the observation of several variables and an important cognitive reasoning.

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