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Human Machine Epistemology Survey

Rémi Nazin 1, * Didier Fass 1 
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1 MOSEL - Proof-oriented development of computer-based systems
LORIA - FM - Department of Formal Methods
Abstract : Pluridisciplinar convergence is a major problem that had emerged with Human-Artefact Systems and so-called " Augmented Humanity " as academical fields and even more as technical fields. Problems come mainly from the juxtaposition of two very different types of system, a biological one and an artificial one. Thus, conceiving and designing the multiple couplings between them has become a major difficulty. Some came with reductionnist solutions to answer these problems but since we know that a biological system and a technical system are different, this approach is limited from its beginning. Using a specifically designed questionnaire and statistical analysis we determined how specialists (medical practitioners, ergonomists and engineers) in the domain conceive themselves what is a Human-Artifact System and how they relate to existent traditions and showed that some of them relate to the integrativist views.
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Rémi Nazin, Didier Fass. Human Machine Epistemology Survey. HCI Interantional 2016, Aug 2015, Los Angeles, United States. pp.12, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-21073-5_35⟩. ⟨hal-01248062⟩



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