A Closed-Loop Adaptive System for Command and Control

12 years 1 months ago
A Closed-Loop Adaptive System for Command and Control
On Navy ships, technological developments enable crews to work more efficiently and effectively. However, in such complex, autonomous, and information-rich environments a competition for the users’ attention is going on between different information items, possibly leading to a cognitive overload. This overload originates in the limitations of human attention and constitutes a well-known and well-studied bottleneck in human information processing. The concept of adaptive automation promises a solution to the overwhelmed operator by shifting the amount of work between the human and the system in time, while maintaining a high level of situation awareness. One of the most critical challenges in developing adaptive human-machine collaboration concerns the design of a trigger mechanism. This paper discusses and evaluates a number of possible triggers for the usage in closed-loop adaptive automation from the perspective of command and control.
Tjerk de Greef, Henryk Arciszewski
Added 29 Oct 2010
Updated 29 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where HCI
Authors Tjerk de Greef, Henryk Arciszewski
Comments (0)