This two-volume set addresses a variety of human factors issues and engineering concerns across various real-world applications such as aviation and driving, cybersecurity, and healthcare systems. The contents of these books also present recent theories and methods related to human performance, workload and usability assessment in automated and autonomous systems.
In this set, the authors discuss both current and developing topics of advanced automation technologies and present emerging practical challenges.
Topics covered include unmanned aerial systems and self-driving cars, individual and team performance, human-robot interaction, and operator selection and training. Both practical and theoretical discussions of modern automated and autonomous systems are provided throughout each of the volumes.
These books are suitable for those first approaching the issues to those well versed in these fast-moving areas, including students, teachers, researchers, engineers, and policy makers alike.
Volume 1 - Human Performance in Automated and Autonomous Systems: Current Theory and Methods
Volume 2 - Human Performance in Automated and Autonomous Systems: Emerging Issues and Practical Perspectives
Table of Contents
Book 1: Part I: Theoretical Perspectives on Human Performance in Automated and Autonomous Systems. 1. To Autonomy and Beyond. 2. Informed Design for Wearable Interfaces: Application of Resource Theories of Attention. 3. Vigilance and Workload in Automated Systems. 4. Expertise, Learning, and Autonomous Systems. 5. Humans and Automated Decision Aids: A Match Made in Heaven? 6. Human Robot Interaction: Current Research and Trends. 7. The Quest for Alternatives to "Levels" of Automation and Task "Allocation". 8. Human-Automation Interaction: Levels of Automation. 9. Why Representations Matter? Supporting Productive Thinking. Part II: Methods and Applications. 10. Cockpit Automation: From Individual Pilot to Multiple Agents. 11. Workload and Stress of Vigilance in Autonomous Systems. 12. Adaptive Automation in Aviation Systems. 13. Help me out here: Automation Aids for Visual Search in Operational Environments. 14. Motor Performance Assessment and its Implication for Display and Control Systems. 15. Situation Awareness in Automated and Autonomous Systems. Book 2: Part I: Human-Automation Interaction in Aviation Systems. 1. A Paradox of Automation for Safety in Highly Automated Vehicles. 2. The Role of Automation in General Aviation Pilots’ Performance in Meteorological Situations. Part II: Design Principles and Guidelines for Autonomous Driving Cars. 3. Automation in Automobiles. 4. Facilitating Attention Management in Highly Autonomous Driving. 5. Automated Driving System HMI Design and Evaluation. 6. Assessment of Stress and Fatigue in Autonomous Driving. Part III: Automation in Health Care Systems. 7. Automation Issues in Medical Systems. 8. Team Performance in Medical Systems. 9. The Impact of Technology on Patient Safety in Healthcare. Part IV: Automation and Team Performance in Operational Environments. 10. Human-Autonomy Teaming in Aviation. 11. Synthetic Task Environments for Evaluating Human-Autonomy Teams. 12. Team Performance in Automated Systems. 13. Research Considerations for Studying Automation in Military Settings. 14. Human-Robot Interactions in Operational Environments. 15. Organizational and Safety Factors in Automated Systems. Part V:Homeland Security and Cyber Security. 16. Hacking the Human: The Prevalence Paradox in Cybersecurity. 17. Toward Robust Models of Trust and Situation Awareness in Cyber Security. 18. The Role of Human Factors/Ergonomics in the Science of Cyber Security.
Dr. Mouloua is Professor of Psychology at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida and was the Director (2009 –2017) and Associate Director (2006-2009) of the Applied/Experimental and Human Factors Psychology Doctoral Program, Director and Chief Scientist (2001-2014), Associate Director and Senior Research Scientist (1998-2001) of the Center for Applied Human Factors in Aviation, and Associate Director Human Factors Research at the Center for Advanced Transportation Systems Simulation (2001-2003). Dr. Mouloua has over 30 years of experience in the field of Human Factors and Ergonomics. His research interests include human-automation interaction, attention and workload, assessment of older drivers and pilots, UAS operation, selection, training, and simulation technologies across a variety of transportation systems. Dr. Mouloua is the editor or co-editor of several books including Human Performance in Automated Systems: Current Research and Trends (1994, Erlbaum Press), Human-Automation Interaction: Research and Practice (1997, Erlbaum Press), Automation and Human Performance: Theory and Applications (1996, Erlbaum Press), Automation Technology and Human Performance: Current Research and Trends (1999, Erlbaum), Human Factors in Simulation and Training (2009, Taylor & Francis Group), Automation and human performance: Theory, research, and practice (2004, Volumes I & II; Lawrence Erlbaum Associates), and Proceedings of the 2nd ACM Symposium on Computer Human Interaction for Management of Information Technology (ACM, CHIMIT, 2008). Dr. Mouloua published over 190 papers and scientific reports and made over 300 presentations at various national and international meetings. Dr. Mouloua was the recipient of the prestigious Jerome Ely (1997) and the Tidewater (1999) Awards from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. At UCF, Dr. Mouloua received eight prestigious Teaching and Research Awards including the recent Teaching Incentive Program Award (2015) and Research Incentive Award (2019) for his outstanding teaching and research contributions. Similarly, he was also a recipient of the UCF International Golden Key and Honorary Award (2011) and the UCF "Twenty Years of Service" Award (2014) for his dedicated work and commitment to students. Dr. Mouloua is currently the Director of the Neurolinguistics, Aviation, and Driving Research Laboratories at UCF.
P.A. Hancock is Provost Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Psychology and the Institute for Simulation and Training at the University of Central Florida (UCF) and is the author of over nine hundred refereed scientific articles. He has written and edited more than twenty-five books including Human Performance and Ergonomics (1999), Stress, Workload, and Fatigue (2001) and Performance under Stress (2008). He is a Fellow and past President of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, the Society of Engineering Psychologists as well as being a former Chair of the Board of the Society for Human Performance in Extreme Environments.