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Scientists simplify model for human behavior in automation

Human unpredictability is a problem in the automated human-machine systems people use every day. Scientists from Nanjing Institute of Technology's School of Automation in China and the University of California, Merced's School of Engineering partnered to find a programming solution for erratic human behavior.
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(Chinese Association of Automation) Human unpredictability is a problem in the increasingly automated systems people use every day. Scientists from Nanjing Institute of Technology's School of Automation in China and the University o...

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