Task Performance Evaluation for Industrial Robots

Type : Article de conférence
Auteur(s) :  Billel BOUCHEMAL, Abdelouahab Zaatri
Année :  2013
Domaine : Automatique
Conférence: International Conference on Electrical Engineering CIGE'2013
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Mots clés :  Task performance evaluation, Robotics, human factors, Analytical Hierarchy Process, Adaptive supervisory control, Multi-modal interaction, Graphical-user interface.

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Integrated multi-modal Supervisory Control Systems(ISCS) are a new generation of complex and synergistic Human-Machine Interaction Systems (HMIS). This paper deals withmulti-modal interaction and control applied to HRS. A taskperformance evaluation technique dedicated for multi-modalinteraction and control is proposed. It enables comparison oftask performance carried out by using different selection ofcontrol modes or by different operators. Objective andsubjective performance measures are defined. Based on theanalytical hierarchy process method (AHP) which takes intoaccount qualitative and quantitative attributes and criteria.Experimental results have been carried out and somepreliminary results will be presented concerning industrialmanipulators.