1968-02-01

Accidents and Human Performance 680555

Accidents and their causation in man-machine control systems are defined using the automobile and driver as an example. The complex tasks performed by the automobile driver are delineated, and arguments are put forward that the driver’s ability to switch from one task to another, his control of attention, is crucial to the system performance.

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