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Human error, safety, and systems development in aviation
Formally verified, rapid prototyping for Air Traffic Control
Sage M.; Johnson C.W.
Approaches to mitigating complexity-driven issues in commercial autoflight systems
Vakil S.S.; John Hansman R.
A method for predicting errors when interacting with finite state systems. How implicit learning shapes the user's knowledge of a system
Using model checking to help discover mode confusions and other automation surprises
The effect of an advisory system on pilots' go/no-go decision during take-off
Bove T.; Andersen H.B.
Testing and implementing cockpit alerting systems
Pritchett A.R.; Vandor B.; Edwards K.
Integrating objective and subjective hazard risk in decision-aiding system design
Kuchar J.K.; Walton D.S.; Matsumoto D.M.
Designing for safety: the 'free flight' air traffic management concept
Hoekstra J.M.; van Gent R.N.H.W.; Ruigrok R.C.J.
Towards a model for the study of written procedure following in dynamic environments
de Brito G.
The British Airways human factors reporting programme
Human error in European air traffic management: the HERA project
Isaac A.; Shorrock S.T.; Kirwan B.
The NRC Bell 412 ASRA safety system: a human factors perspective on lessons learned from an airborne incident
Gubbels A.W.; Craig G.L.
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