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Human-Machine Cooperative Decision Making
The research reported in this thesis focuses on the decision making aspect of human-machine cooperation and reveals new insights from theoretical modeling to experimental evaluations: Two mathematical behavior models of two emancipated cooperation partners in a cooperative decision making process are introduced. The model-based automation designs are experimentally evaluated and thereby demonstrate their benefits compared to state-of-the-art approaches.doi:10.5445/ksp/1000148804 fatcat:vyd4alsvs5bxhkqoy3tjwsjaxu