A Literature Review on Operator Interface Technologies for Network Enabled Operational Environments Using Complex System Analysis

Une analyse documentaire sur les technologies d'interface opérateur pour les environnements d’opérations réseaucentriques à l'aide d'une analyse de systèmes complexes

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Authors
  1. Zhu, H.
  2. Hou, M.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);Nipissing University, North Bay, ON (CAN)
Abstract
A literature review was conducted to examine existing and potential advanced interface technologies for supervisory control of multiple heterogeneous assets (e.g., UAV swarming) in a NEO environment. These technologies include behavioural-based interface design approaches, physiological-based interface design approaches, and multi-agent interface design and implementation methodologies. The emphasis was on adaptive interfaces and intelligent agent system technologies. An analysis was conducted to compare differences between requirements of a NEO complex environment and current available technologies. A review on design principles and frameworks for synthetic complex systems was also performed. The results were summarized with pros and cons of different technologies for interface design purposes.

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Keywords
supervisory control;UAV swarming;interface design;multi-agent interface design;complex environment;intelligent agent
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-CR-2009-051 — Contractor Report
Date of publication
22 May 2009
Number of Pages
41
DSTKIM No
CA033013
CANDIS No
532219
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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