ISSN 0014-0139 (Print); ISSN 1366-5847 (Online)
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
Beyond human-centred automation – concepts for human–machine interaction in multi-layered networks
Grote, Gudela; Weyer, Johannes; Stanton, Neville A.
Statistical modelling of networked human-automation performance using working memory capacity
Ahmed, Nisar; de Visser, Ewart; Shaw, Tyler; Mohamed-Ameen, Amira; Campbell, Mark; Parasuraman, Raja
Petri net-based modelling of human–automation conflicts in aviation
Pizziol, Sergio; Tessier, Catherine; Dehais, Frédéric
What the drivers do and do not tell you: using verbal protocol analysis to investigate driver behaviour in emergency situations
Banks, Victoria A.; Stanton, Neville A.; Harvey, Catherine
Towards cooperative guidance and control of highly automated vehicles: H-Mode and Conduct-by-Wire
Flemisch, Frank Ole; Bengler, Klaus; Bubb, Heiner; Winner, Hermann; Bruder, Ralph
Design and evaluation of steering protection for avoiding collisions during a lane change
Itoh, Makoto; Inagaki, Toshiyuki
Similarities and differences of emotions in human–machine and human–human interactions: what kind of emotions are relevant for future companion systems?
Walter, Steffen; Wendt, Cornelia; Böhnke, Jan; Crawcour, Stephen; Tan, Jun-Wen; Chan, Andre; Limbrecht, Kerstin; Gruss, Sascha; Traue, Harald C.
A framework to support human factors of automation in railway intelligent infrastructure
Dadashi, Nastaran; Wilson, John R.; Golightly, David; Sharples, Sarah
Representing distributed cognition in complex systems: how a submarine returns to periscope depth
Stanton, Neville A.
Anti-social networking: crowdsourcing and the cyber defence of national critical infrastructures
Johnson, Chris W.
Governance of complex systems: results of a sociological simulation experiment
Adelt, Fabian; Weyer, Johannes; Fink, Robin D.
Automation: how much is too much?
Autonomous technology – sources of confusion: a model for explanation and prediction of conceptual shifts
Stensson, Patrik; Jansson, Anders