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Error-associated behaviors and error rates for robotic geologyThis study explores human error as a function of the decision-making process. One of many models for human decision-making is Rasmussen's decision ladder [9]. The decision ladder identifies the multiple tasks and states of knowledge involved in decision-making. The tasks and states of knowledge can be classified by the level of cognitive effort required to make the decision, leading to the skill, rule, and knowledge taxonomy (Rasmussen, 1987). Skill based decisions require the least cognitive effort and knowledge based decisions require the greatest cognitive effort. Errors can occur at any of the cognitive levels.
Document ID
Acquisition Source
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Document Type
Conference Paper
External Source(s)
Anderson, Robert C.
Thomas, Geb
Wagner, Jacob
Glasgow, Justin
Date Acquired
August 23, 2013
Publication Date
September 20, 2004
Subject Category
Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence And Robotics
Meeting Information
Meeting: Annual Conference of the Human Factor and Ergonomics Society
Location: New Orleans, LA
Country: United States
Start Date: September 20, 2004
End Date: September 24, 2004
Distribution Limits
error rates
robot information systems

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