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Page 209 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 15, Issue 2 [page]

1983 Behavior Research Methods  
Given that there are cases in which a dialogue- based communication mode is desirable for situations involving dynamic task allocation, it is necessary to design human-computer dialogues to convey informa  ...  The purpose of the study reported here was to investigate dialogue-based human-computer task alloca¬ tion.  ... 

The effects of dialogue-based task allocation on system performance in a computer-aided air traffic control task

Christine A. Rieger, Joel S. Greenstein
1983 Behavior Research Methods & Instrumentation  
The present study investigated dialogue-based human-computer task allocation.  ...  Other variables suggested for further study include comparisons of input mode, dialogue-initiation style, and degraded performance levels of the computer controller.  ...  The purpose of the study reported here was to investigate dialogue-based human-computer task allocation.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03203550 fatcat:non6yz73p5cctijrx7fzh62xwe

Page 77 of Library & Information Science Abstracts Vol. , Issue 4 [page]

1995 Library & Information Science Abstracts  
Introduces a linguistic contribution to the study of human/computer dialogue.  ...  The task allocation and reconfiguration is carried out dynamically.  ... 

Page 279 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 74, Issue 1 [page]

1987 Psychological Abstracts  
(Clemson U) An comparison of model-based and for dynamic human-computer task allocation. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 1986(Apr), Vol 24(4), 355-363.  ...  —Compared 2 methods of human-computer communication for dynamic task allocation: explicit and model-based communication. Ss were 8 undergraduates.  ... 

172 Theoretical problems in man-machine systems and their experimental validation

1993 Control Engineering Practice  
The lollowing problem areas are-discussed: (1) modelling hlman perlormance and mental workload, with identifying the state of the art as well as major methodblogical difficulties; (2) task allocation and  ...  and dialogue issues] (4) design'froblems, with stressing the need of early active participation of man-machinelsystemJ sirecialists and the usefulness of guidelines; and, finally, (5) evalu.ation and  ...  The result ot this allocation leads to the definition of the Human-Computer Interaction (HCl) problem.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0967-0661(93)91567-g fatcat:loauqtc3ezhfza6l7zel3mnpaa

THEORETICAL PROBLEMS IN MAN-MACHINE SYSTEMS AND THEIR EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION [chapter]

G. Johannsen, A.H. Levis, H.G. Stassen
1993 Analysis, Design and Evaluation of Man–Machine Systems 1992  
The lollowing problem areas are-discussed: (1) modelling hlman perlormance and mental workload, with identifying the state of the art as well as major methodblogical difficulties; (2) task allocation and  ...  and dialogue issues] (4) design'froblems, with stressing the need of early active participation of man-machinelsystemJ sirecialists and the usefulness of guidelines; and, finally, (5) evalu.ation and  ...  The result ot this allocation leads to the definition of the Human-Computer Interaction (HCl) problem.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-041900-8.50008-6 fatcat:aqhrloyfzvcnvgcv6hlgkn3jdm

Theoretical Problems in Man-Machine Systems and their Experimental Validation

G. Johannsen, A.H. Levis, H.G. Stassen
1992 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
The lollowing problem areas are-discussed: (1) modelling hlman perlormance and mental workload, with identifying the state of the art as well as major methodblogical difficulties; (2) task allocation and  ...  and dialogue issues] (4) design'froblems, with stressing the need of early active participation of man-machinelsystemJ sirecialists and the usefulness of guidelines; and, finally, (5) evalu.ation and  ...  The result ot this allocation leads to the definition of the Human-Computer Interaction (HCl) problem.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1474-6670(17)50166-4 fatcat:5yz52rt2jvdmfk5u2zu6vmgxou

Theoretical problems in man-machine systems and their experimental validation

Gunnar Johannsen, Alexander H. Levis, Henk G. Stassen
1994 Automatica  
The lollowing problem areas are-discussed: (1) modelling hlman perlormance and mental workload, with identifying the state of the art as well as major methodblogical difficulties; (2) task allocation and  ...  and dialogue issues] (4) design'froblems, with stressing the need of early active participation of man-machinelsystemJ sirecialists and the usefulness of guidelines; and, finally, (5) evalu.ation and  ...  The result ot this allocation leads to the definition of the Human-Computer Interaction (HCl) problem.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0005-1098(94)90026-4 fatcat:t22j7rcdc5g5xg4frpqzsonhse

Reinforcement Learning in Dynamic Task Scheduling: A Review

Chathurangi Shyalika, Thushari Silva, Asoka Karunananda
2020 SN Computer Science  
The term is applied separately for tasks and resources correspondingly in task scheduling and resource allocation. Scheduling is a popular topic in operational management and computer science.  ...  This review paper is about a research study that focused on Reinforcement Learning techniques that have been used for dynamic task scheduling.  ...  Thushari Silva and Professor Asoka Karunananda for their massive guidance and commitment throughout the research. Funding The funding is handled by the Authors itself.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42979-020-00326-5 fatcat:egp6vgpetbcwdasm45vunmo3n4

Do (and Say) as I Say: Linguistic Adaptation in Human–Computer Dialogs

Theodora Koulouri, Stanislao Lauria, Robert D. Macredie
2014 Human-Computer Interaction  
This paper provides an account of lexical alignment in human-computer dialogues, based on empirical data collected in a simulated human-computer interaction scenario.  ...  The paper concludes by presenting a general model for the integration of alignment in dialogue-based human-computer interaction.  ...  dialogue model for task-oriented interactions with a computer-based system.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370024.2014.934180 fatcat:tg6nb7pqwrbh3kcpg2pljlxlcm

Enterprise Operating System (EOS) in Action: Distributed Simulation of Enterprise Activities and Operations

Joseph Youssef, Gregory Zacharewicz
2019 2019 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)  
Operating System (OS) is a well-known concept in computer science acting as an interface between human and computer hardware.  ...  In the perspective of developing future generation of enterprise systems based on IoT and Cyber-Physical System principles, this paper proposes to develop an Enterprise Operating System (EOS).  ...  The Presentation Management services are controlled by the Resource Handling Component for handling Human, Machine and IT Dialogues: § The Human Dialogue provides functionality for presenting in appropriate  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc40007.2019.9004958 dblp:conf/wsc/YoussefZ19 fatcat:lea5ozcyifa2da4p4aoza2owum

Methods: Past Approaches, Current Trends and Future Requirements [chapter]

Donald A. Topmiller
1981 Manned Systems Design  
Computerized HECAD (Human Engineering Computer-Aided Design) CATTS (Continuous Assessment of Task Time Stress) TBLA (Time-Based Load Analysis RECEP (RElative Capacity Estimating Process) CAFES  ...  Man-machine dialogue will improve as better models of the data base, the uses, and his objectives are incorporated into the computer.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4613-3306-7_1 fatcat:wplsf6c6x5gy3lgxpbfr6ogav4

Page 2252 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 73, Issue 8 [page]

1986 Psychological Abstracts  
(Clemson U) An experimental study of dialogue-based communication for dynamic human-computer task allocation. International Journal 2252  ...  The processes of competition and cooperation are elaborated, and case studies are presented to illustrate the mecha- nisms by whick organizations act as resources for each other. (36 ref) Human Factors  ... 

The Adaptive Automation Design [chapter]

Caterina Calefato, Roberto Montanari, Francesco Tesauri
2008 Human Computer Interaction: New Developments  
AA is based on the dynamic allocation of the control of the whole task or of some parts, crossing along time manual and automated phases.  ...  Through empirical studies Rouse (1977) showed the advantages of implementing AA; specifically, AA allows a dynamic roles and tasks definition that is consistent for the operators and inserts into the  ...  Publisher InTech Published online 01, October, 2008 Published in print edition October, 2008 The book consists of 20 chapters, each addressing a certain aspect of human-computer interaction.  ... 
doi:10.5772/5878 fatcat:me7po4mhsfbrzgkkz4wqy2qkre

Temporal patterns in multi-modal social interaction between elderly users and service robot

Ning Wang, Alessandro Di Nuovo, Angelo Cangelosi, Ray Jones
2019 Interaction Studies  
This study is an early attempt to reveal the social connections between human beings and a personal robot in real life.  ...  The developed dual-modal robot interface offered older users options of speech or touch screen to perform tasks. Fifteen people aged from 70 to 89 years old, participated.  ...  In some studies, human-robot communication is uni-modal, that is human voice as the sole interactive media.  ... 
doi:10.1075/is.18042.wan fatcat:56hcsybnkbcvlamstfaary3qza
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