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This graduate course (364 – 2 – 1971) presents selected issues in decision-making research and their application to the design and operation of advanced technological systems. In this course, students learn how to adapt behavioral models and apply them to the design of the interaction of humans with advanced, intelligent technological systems. We aim to improve the quality of interaction by addressing the topics from multiple perspectives (individual, team and group), multiple types of models (agent-based, interaction-based, behavioral), factors and domains.
Course poster session. On 23/6 the class will present 20 posters related to decision making and technology in the domains of transportation, media and communication, medical and health, and robots and human robot interaction.
This is an advanced Fourth Year Course for Industrial Engineering Student. It is an applied course which aims to provide an overview of how Human Factors and Ergonomics Design is integrated in various Industrial and Service-based domains.
List of main topics is shown below.
|Introduction, The history of work||1|
|Basic concepts in Man-Machine systems; Workload, Vigilance, SA, Automation (LOA, Function allocation, adaptive automation)||2|
|Designing control rooms – physical and job-related considerations||3|
|Designing control room interfaces; Ecological Interface Design||4|
|Foundations of Command & Control||5|
|The Dispatch domain; Design and structure of Emergency Medical Dispatch||6|
|Decision Support systems||7|
|Teleoperation, Human-robot Interaction and Human-Robot teams||8|
|Virtual reality, multimodal and Wearable computing||9|
|Navigation and Orientation issues||10|