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Human error, safety and systems development : IFIP 18th World Computer Congress TC13/WG13.5 7th Working Conference on Human Error, Safety and Systems Development, 22-27 August 2004 Toulouse, France

Author: Chris Johnson; Philippe Palanque; International Federation for Information Processing.
Publisher: Boston ; London : Kluwer Academic, 2004.
Series: International Federation for Information Processing (Series), 152.
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Recent accidents in a range of industries have increased concern over the design, development, management and control of safety-critical systems. Attention has now focused upon the role of human error both in the development and in the operation of complex processes. Human Error, Safety and Systems Development gathers contributions from practitioners and researchers presenting and discussing leading edge techniques  Read more...
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IFIP TC13/WG13.5 Working Conference on Human Error, Safety and Systems Development (7th : 2004 : Toulouse, France).
Human error, safety and systems development.
Boston ; London : Kluwer Academic, 2004
(OCoLC)56695372
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Johnson; Philippe Palanque; International Federation for Information Processing.
ISBN: 1402081537 9781402081538
OCLC Number: 57054155
Notes: Contains papers presented at the 7th IFIP Working Group 13.5 Working Conference on Human Error, Safety and Systems Development, held as a co-located conference of the 18th IFIP World Computer Congress, Toulouse, France, 2004.
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 322 p.) : ill.
Contents: Cover Contents Contributing Authors Preface Acknowledgments Part 1: Risk Management Chapter 1: The Role of Night Vision Equipment Chapter 2: The Global Aviation Information Network (GAIN) Chapter 3: Development of Critiquing Systems in Network Organizations Part 2: Formal Methods and Notations Chapter 4: Analysing Dynamic Function Scheduling Decisions Chapter 5: Formal Verification and Validation of Interactive Systems Specifications Chapter 6: Modelling Incident Scenarios Part 3: Error Analysis Chapter 7: Automatic Dependent Surveillance --
Broadcast / Cockpit Display of Traffic Information Chapter 8: Task Patterns for Taking Into Account in an Efficient and Systematic Way User Behaviours Chapter 9: A Sampling Model to Ascertain Automation-Induced Complacency in Multi-Task Environments Chapter 10: Decision making in avalanche terrain Part 4: Methodologies Chapter 11: Failure Analysis and the Safety-Case Lifecycle Chapter 12: Toward A Human-Centered UML For Risk Analysis Chapter 13: Handling Human Factors In Integrated Systems Engineering Chapter 14: Studying Operator behaviour During a Simple but safety critical Task Part 5: Incidents and Accidents Analysis (Part two) Chapter 15: Challenge of safety data analysis ' Top models wanted Chapter 16: SEMOMAP Chapter 17: The Team-Based Operation of Safety-Critical Programmable Systems Part 6: Design for Error Tolerance Chapter 18: Towards a Framework for Systematically Analysing Collaborative Error Chapter 19: Integrating Human Factors in the design of Safety Critical Systems Chapter 20: Designing Distributed Task Performance in Safety-Critical Systems Equipped With Mobile Devices Index Last Page.
Series Title: International Federation for Information Processing (Series), 152.
Responsibility: edited by Chris W. Johnson, Philippe Palanque.
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