Selection Strategy of Effort Control: Allocation of Function to Manual Operator or Automation System

Abstract

In this study, we experimentally investigated the human selection strategy of effort control, the control of function allocation to either the manual operator or the automation system. We conducted two experiments using two types of tracking tasks. As a result, we found that people tended to perform effort control based on manual-based selection, depending more on manual performance than system performance. Also, we confirmed that the tendency to use an automation system was related to the selection strategy.


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