HMI607. Intelligent Decision - Intelligent Support, 5p
|Instructor||Erik Hollnagel, IDA/LiTH, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Prerequisites||Graduate status as IDA/HMI student. Some knowledge of decision theory and/or practical experience with support systems will be an advantage.|
|Goals||Provide an overview of the theoretical and practical issues in the design and deployment of systems to help with human decision making.|
Introduction: 4 3-hour sessions. (12 hours)
Systematic discussions around the topic of intelligent decisions, and
the advantages and disadvantages of introducing decision support systems
including the relation between decision and automation. Simply put, the
issue is whether the aim should be to develop support for intelligent
decisions, or to develop intelligent support systems. In other words,
should designers try to amplify human intelligence or replace it.
|Literature||Selected papers and book chapters; to be announced|
Written analysis of a concrete application with a view to the feasibility of using decision support.