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A-RCRAFT: a Generic Framework for Automation Analysis and Design: Application to Automotive, Tactile in vehicle Interactions

Abstract : Automation can have a huge impact on the overall performance of the couple user/system. Function and Tasks allocation and Authority sharing are “classical” key elements exploited in the design of automation. This position paper advocates the need for dealing with additional dimensions namely Control Transitions, Resources and Responsibility. In this position paper, we discuss the benefits of embedding all those dimensions for designing automation and reasoning about automation designs. We present on a simple case study from the automotive domain how those dimensions can concretely be applied. Lastly, we discuss how they contribute to the fours Is of the workshops: Intelligibility, Intervention, Interplay and Integrity.
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Philippe Palanque, Dong-Bach Vo, Stephen Brewster, Elodie Bouzekri, Célia Martinie. A-RCRAFT: a Generic Framework for Automation Analysis and Design: Application to Automotive, Tactile in vehicle Interactions. Workshop on Automation Experience across Domains co-located with the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Apr 2020, Honolulu, United States. ⟨hal-03099228⟩

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