Browsing by Author "Lewis, M."
Trust in automation has become a topic of intensive study since the late 1990s and is of increasing importance with the advent of intelligent interacting systems. While the earliest trust experiments involved human ...
The use of autonomous systems has been rapidly increasing in recent decades. To improve human-automation interaction, trust has been closely studied. Research shows trust is critical in the development of appropriate ...
The reported study compares groups of 120 participants each, from the United States (U.S.), Taiwan (TW), and Turkey (TK), interacting with versions of an automated path planner that vary in transparency and degree of ...
Preface Kim, S.; Uchitel, S.; Garbervetsky, D.; Aktemur, Tankut Barış; Kroening, D.; Orso, A.; Nagappan, N.; Xie, T.; Mueller, P.; Cataldo, M.; Tillmann, N.; Margaria-Steffen, T.; Tonetta, S.; Bradley, A.; Chen, N.; Caso, G. de; Ferrara, P.; He, N.; Kassios, I.; Kicillof, N.; Lewis, M.; Meyer, D.; Nagel, R.; Nimal, V.; Pandita, R.; Pavese, E.; Rajan, A.; Roveri, M.; Sawadsky, N.; Schapachnik, F.; Seo, H.; Shakya, K.; Song, Y.; Summers, A.; Xiao, X.; Yilmaz, Buse; Zhang, L.; Bishop, J.; Breitman, K.; Notkin, D. (2011)
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