human-machine system


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human-machine system

[¦yü·mən mə¦shēn ′sis·təm]
(engineering)
A system in which the functions of the worker and the machine are interrelated and necessary for the operation of the system. Also known as man-machine system.
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Both of these analyses (human-operator bandwidth and information transmission rate) assume the quasilinear model of the human-machine system.
Researchers shared findings and theories, and practitioners shared ideas and experience regarding applications in all aspects of human-machine systems and cybernetics for IHMSC 2013.
Analysis of human-machine systems recognizes that both humans and machine elements can fail, and that human errors can have varying effects on a system.
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However, adaptiveness in Cooperative Human-Machine Systems on the Health, Aeronautics, Control Rooms and Automotive market is still sadly limited.
The detailed results of the study were presented at the 10th Berlin Human-Machine Systems Workshop.

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