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Human Interoperability Enterprise for High-Assurance Systems

  • Raymond Paul
  • Stefania Brown-VanHoozer
  • Arif Ghafoor
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Abstract

Development of dependable high-assurance systems requires policies and standards essential for improving human interoperability among collaborating individuals and organizations. Such systems facilitate unfettered strategic communication flow to all the stakeholders, while supporting intelligent interfaces in a manner that reinforces the collaboration through cooperative and coordinated cognitive activities of the participants. In essence, these activities elucidate a group sense makingprocess that allows creation/recreation of distributed and similar knowledge among group members through sharing and interpreting of information. This chapter elaborates on key human interoperability enterprise policy challenges and the role of coordinated human behavior and human cognition for developing high-assurance systems. In addition, the chapter provides a roadmap for developing an interoperability policy framework and engineering economically viable high-assurance systems to support missions where people play a key role.

Keywords

Situation Awareness Trust Management Cognitive Engineer Intelligent Interface Development Lifecycle 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Raymond Paul
    • 1
  • Stefania Brown-VanHoozer
    • 1
  • Arif Ghafoor
    • 2
  1. 1.US Department of DefenseUSA
  2. 2.Purdue UniversityPurdueIN 47907

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