The Reliability Of Interactive Systems: Simulation Based Assessment
How to design the MMI to meet the functional requirements, particularly with regard to safety & efficiency
How to account for the impact of human action on the process (planned and unplanned interventions), and
How to evaluate and/or validate the efficacy of the proposed design vis-a-vis the anticipated human performance.
KeywordsInteractive System Event Frame Intermediate Representation Latent Failure Fault Tree Analysis
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