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A process method for the design of “Intelligent” man‐machine interfaces: Case study: “The decisional module of imagery”

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A new concept is appearing in the field of man-machine interaction: the design of “intelligent” interfaces. The aims of this article are threefold, first to show what an “intelligent” interface is and present a five-step design process for such an interface-specifically: (1) man-machine system analysis; (2) operator, task, and process modeling: (3) specifying those assistance tools that form an “intelligent” interface; (4) realization of the assistance tool; and (5) evaluation. The second part describes the structure of an “intelligent” interface, called D.M.I. (Decisional Module of Imagery), which is currently being developed. The final part explains the D.M.I.’s development, using the five process steps outlined above.
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hal-03384262 , version 1 (08-07-2022)

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Christophe Kolski, Mustapha Tendjaoul, Patrick Mlllot. A process method for the design of “Intelligent” man‐machine interfaces: Case study: “The decisional module of imagery”. International Journal of Human Factors in Manufacturing, 1992, 2 (2), pp.155-175. ⟨hal-03384262⟩

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