HUMAN AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE: ADAPTIVE AUTOMATION

Authors

  • Charukeerthi A Industrial Automation Engineering, VTU Post Graduation Center, Regional Office Campus, Mysuru
  • Abhishek M Industrial Automation Engineering, VTU Post Graduation Center, Regional Office Campus, Mysuru

Keywords:

Dynamic Function Allocations (DFAs), Function allocation, Automation invocation, Adaptivity

Abstract

Adaptive automation is a form of automation that is flexible or dynamic in nature. In adaptive systems, decisions
regarding the initiation, cessation, and type of automation are shared between the human operator and machine intelligence
unlike more traditional forms of automation, adaptive automation can adjust its method of operation based on changing
situational demands. The motivation for AA includes previous demonstrations of reduced operator cognitive load, increased
operator situation awareness, and improved task performance as compared to static automation or manual control. Design
parameters for AA include what functions to automate, how functions are shared between human and machine, when
automation is invoked, and who maintains authority over dynamic function allocations (DFAs).

Published

2015-12-25

How to Cite

Charukeerthi A, & Abhishek M. (2015). HUMAN AND MACHINE INTELLIGENCE: ADAPTIVE AUTOMATION. International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD), 2(12), 165–169. Retrieved from https://ijaerd.com/index.php/IJAERD/article/view/5176