Evaluation of human error probabilities based on classical HRA models: an application to railway systems

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This paper presents an experimental protocol which aims to study human reliability in railway systems. The experiment is conducted on a railway traffic management system that places operators (experimental subjects) in simulated situations involving failures. Some classical HRA (Human Reliability Analysis) models are used to interpret the experimental results and to evaluate the probability of human error.

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Siqi Qiu, Mohamed Sallak, Walter Schön, Zohra Cherfi-Boulanger. Evaluation of human error probabilities based on classical HRA models: an application to railway systems. QUALITA' 2015, Mar 2015, Nancy, France. ⟨hal-01149780⟩

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