Augmented Human Engineering: A Theoretical and Experimental Approach to Human Systems Integration

Didier Fass 1, *
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1 MOSEL - Proof-oriented development of computer-based systems
LORIA - FM - Department of Formal Methods
Abstract : This chapter focuses on one of the main issues for augmented human engineering: integrating the biological user's needs in its methodology for designing human-artefact systems integration requirements and specifications. To take into account biological, anatomical and physiological requirements we need a validated theoretical framework. We explain how to ground augmented human engineering on the Chauvet mathematical theory of integrative physiology as a fundamental framework for human system integration and augmented human design. We propose to validate and assess augmented human domain engineering models and prototypes by experimental neurophysiology.
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Didier Fass. Augmented Human Engineering: A Theoretical and Experimental Approach to Human Systems Integration. Boris Cogan. Systems Engineering - Practice and Theory, InTech Open Access Publisher, pp.257-276, 2012, Computer and Information Science - "Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing", 978-953-51-0322-6. ⟨10.5772/2121⟩. ⟨hal-00744225⟩

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