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by D. Brandt,J. Cernetic

Author: D. Brandt,J. Cernetic
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: Pergamon (December 29, 2000)
Pages: 318 pages
Category: Engineering and Transport
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IFAC Proceedings Volumes. Affiliations and Expertise. Automated Systems Based on Human Skill (Joint Design of Technology and Organisation). These proceedings contain the papers presented at the 5th IFAC Symposium on Automated Systems Based on Human Skill, held in Berlin, Germany, 26-28 September 1995. University of Technology (RWTH), (IMA/HDZ), Aachen, Germany.

This Proceedings contains the papers presented at the IFAC Symposium on Automated systems based on. .Furthermore the symbiosis of automation and information technology with art and craft enriched the symposium through the contributions of different artists.

This Proceedings contains the papers presented at the IFAC Symposium on Automated systems based on human skill held in Aachen, Germany on 15 - 17 June, 2000.

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IFAC Symposium on Automated Systems Based on Human Skills Staff, D Brandt, Dietrich Brandt. This Proceedings contains the papers presented at the IFAC Symposium on Automated systems based on human skill held in Aachen, Germany on 15 - 17 June, 2000.

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In the context of technology development and systems engineering . In: Brandt D, Cerenetic J (ed) Proceedings of the 7th IFAC symposium on automation based on human skill: joint design of technology and organisation.

In the context of technology development and systems engineering, knowledge is typically treated as a complex information structure. In this view, knowledge can be stored in highly sophisticated data systems and processed by explicitly intelligent, software-based technologies. Brandt D, Cernetic J (1998) Human-centred approaches to control and information technology: European experiences. AI Soc 12(1):2–20Google Scholar. Elesevier, OxfordGoogle Scholar.

This Proceedings contains the papers presented at the IFAC Symposium on Automated systems based on human skill held in Aachen, Germany on 15 - 17 June, 2000. Following the previous six Symposia of the same name, the 7th Symposium brought together researchers, developers and users of control and information systems.The areas of discussion were:

•the role of the individual human operator at the work place (human-machine interaction and mental models, skills, motivation, health and satisfaction, creativity in problem-solving and design, quality of working life, safety, responsibility and blame

work-groups supported by technology (human communication and co-operation, participation in decision processes, decision-support systems)

networks of groups and enterprises, (supporting networks of information, control and transportation systems, computer-supported co-operative work, modelling of enterprises)

•the impact of control and information technology on society and the natural environment (issues of national strategies, employment and qualification, change, education and re-learning, the roles of trade unions, gender issues, medicine, culture, conviviality and ethics)

•the Control Challenge in the 21st Century

Emphasis of several discussions was on regional development in view of the global challenges. Furthermore the symbiosis of automation and information technology with art and craft enriched the symposium through the contributions of different artists.