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Adaptive Human Control Model and its Usability in Modeling of Human-in-the-loop Cyber Physical Systems

Originální název

Adaptive Human Control Model and its Usability in Modeling of Human-in-the-loop Cyber Physical Systems

Anglický název

Adaptive Human Control Model and its Usability in Modeling of Human-in-the-loop Cyber Physical Systems

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper discusses usability of an adaptive human control model in the context of a simple Human-in-the-loop Cyber Physical Systems (HiLCPS). The first part of the paper characterizes human factor assessment with an emphasis on the modeling of human behavior. This section is followed by a description of the human control model structure, including a definition of the individual components and their roles during the control phases. Exploiting relevant theoretical background, the authors present an example of a human controller comprising the feedback component and two different implementations of a pursuit controller. The parameters of the controllers are obtained from data measured on a flight simulator controlled by a pilot during the defined task. The first results presented in this paper indicate the possibility of use the described human control structure in HiLCPS modeling and its potential for other, more complex experiments within human factor assessment.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper discusses usability of an adaptive human control model in the context of a simple Human-in-the-loop Cyber Physical Systems (HiLCPS). The first part of the paper characterizes human factor assessment with an emphasis on the modeling of human behavior. This section is followed by a description of the human control model structure, including a definition of the individual components and their roles during the control phases. Exploiting relevant theoretical background, the authors present an example of a human controller comprising the feedback component and two different implementations of a pursuit controller. The parameters of the controllers are obtained from data measured on a flight simulator controlled by a pilot during the defined task. The first results presented in this paper indicate the possibility of use the described human control structure in HiLCPS modeling and its potential for other, more complex experiments within human factor assessment.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT159815,
  author="Miroslav {Jirgl} and Zdeněk {Bradáč} and Petr {Fiedler}",
  title="Adaptive Human Control Model and its Usability in Modeling of Human-in-the-loop Cyber Physical Systems",
  annote="This paper discusses usability of an adaptive human control model in the context of a simple
Human-in-the-loop Cyber Physical Systems (HiLCPS). The first part of the paper characterizes human
factor assessment with an emphasis on the modeling of human behavior. This section is followed by a
description of the human control model structure, including a definition of the individual components and
their roles during the control phases. Exploiting relevant theoretical background, the authors present an
example of a human controller comprising the feedback component and two different implementations of
a pursuit controller. The parameters of the controllers are obtained from data measured on a flight simulator
controlled by a pilot during the defined task. The first results presented in this paper indicate the possibility
of use the described human control structure in HiLCPS modeling and its potential for other, more complex
experiments within human factor assessment.",
  address="ELSEVIER",
  booktitle="16th IFAC Conference on Programmable Devices and Embedded Systems PDeS 2019",
  chapter="159815",
  doi="10.1016/j.ifacol.2019.12.697",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="ELSEVIER",
  number="27",
  year="2019",
  month="october",
  pages="415--420",
  publisher="ELSEVIER",
  type="conference paper"
}