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How "cultural attributes" of a system could influence the potential for autonomous behaviour

Conference Paper


Abstract


  • The paper will provide the background rationale for and

    description of a prototype Soft Factors Modelling Tool

    (SFMT) currently under evaluation. It is in six parts; it begins

    with an introduction & some definitions of autonomy v

    automation; then goes on to discuss how Culture is viewed in

    the project and describe the various cultural attribute pairings

    selected for the prototype tool; it finishes with a brief

    explanation of the SFMT and the conclusions reached to date.

UOW Authors


  •   Clayton, Richard (external author)
  •   Kennedy, Grace
  •   Siemieniuch, C E. (external author)

Publication Date


  • 2007

Citation


  • Clayton, R., Kennedy, G. A. & Siemieniuch, C. E. (2007). How "cultural attributes" of a system could influence the potential for autonomous behaviour. IET Conference on Autonomous Systems Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Abstract


  • The paper will provide the background rationale for and

    description of a prototype Soft Factors Modelling Tool

    (SFMT) currently under evaluation. It is in six parts; it begins

    with an introduction & some definitions of autonomy v

    automation; then goes on to discuss how Culture is viewed in

    the project and describe the various cultural attribute pairings

    selected for the prototype tool; it finishes with a brief

    explanation of the SFMT and the conclusions reached to date.

UOW Authors


  •   Clayton, Richard (external author)
  •   Kennedy, Grace
  •   Siemieniuch, C E. (external author)

Publication Date


  • 2007

Citation


  • Clayton, R., Kennedy, G. A. & Siemieniuch, C. E. (2007). How "cultural attributes" of a system could influence the potential for autonomous behaviour. IET Conference on Autonomous Systems Institute of Engineering and Technology.