The Track offers the possibility to present results and critical issues concerning Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) studies.
Specifically, simulation and modeling address the dynamic nature of human performance in a way that has not been found in most HRA methods. The need for dynamic HRA pushes to develop new HRA methods or modifying existing HRA methods to account for the dynamic progression of human behavior leading up to and following human failure events.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Human behavior simulation
Digital Human–machine interface
Cognitive environment simulation
Probabilistic Safety Assessment
Errors of Commission
Bayesian Belief Networks
Fuzzy Expert Systems and Fuzzy Classification
Interface to Human Factors and Experimental scenario
Topics are an opportunity to present and observe the latest research, results, and ideas in these areas. Authors are kindly invited to include in their papers and presentations all the research works, case studies and application both theoretical and applied.
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