Errorsassociatedwithmisclassificationof situations

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Unformatted text preview: rmance is governed by stored patterns of preprogrammed instructions represented as analogue structures in a time­ domain space. Human error Human error Rule­based: Applicable to tacking familiar problems in which solutions are governed by stored rules (productions) of the type if (state) then (diagnosis) or if (state) then (remedial action). Errors associated with misclassification of situations Applying the “wrong” rule or incorrect recall of procedures. Human error Human error Knowledge­based level Actions must be planned on­line usingconscious analytical processes and stored knowledge. Resource limitations, incomplete, and incorrect knowledge can cause errors of at this level to occur. Human error Human error 8 stages of decision making (problem solution) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Activation Observation Identification Interpretation Evaluation Goal selection Procedure selection Execution Human error Human error KB interpretation observation identification goal selection procedure selection SB activation & Evaluation observation identification goal selection procedure selection execution Rasmussen’s skill­rule­knowledge framework Human error Human error Rouse’s “fuzzy rule” model Assumption: knowled...
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2013 for the course AER 215 taught by Professor Hughes during the Spring '13 term at Guilford Tech.

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