Building Dependable Systems with Fallible Humans

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This paper gives an overview of some interdisciplinary issues in the
design of computer-based systems. Three examples are borrowed from
the DIRC project 1 in order to highlight the importance of taking
into account the human factors in modern computing environments.
The focus is on the dialogue between humans and automated machines
and the necessity of an interdisciplinary collaboration in order
to increase the level of reliability of this dialogue. 1.

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  • Denis Besnard

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