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HUMANE D2.3 - The HUMANE typology and method

HUMANE D2.3 - The HUMANE typology and method
HUMANE D2.3 - The HUMANE typology and method
In this deliverable we present the final HUMANE typology and method, intended to support the analysis and design for human-machine networks (HMN). The typology serves to characterize HMNs on dimensions pertaining to the actors of the network, the relations between the actors, network extent and network structure. The method supports profiling HMNs along these dimensions, to analyse implications of the network characteristics, identify similar networks, and enable the transfer of design knowledge and experience in the form of design patterns. The application of the typology and method is exemplified through summary presentations of three of the HUMANE case executions. Furthermore, an online tool to support HMN profiling and sharing of design knowledge is presented
Human-machine networks, typology, method, design patterns
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Folstad, Asbjorn, Engen, Vegard, Mulligan, William, Pickering, Brian, Pultier, Antoine, Yasseri, Taha and Walland, Paul (2017) HUMANE D2.3 - The HUMANE typology and method SINTEF

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In this deliverable we present the final HUMANE typology and method, intended to support the analysis and design for human-machine networks (HMN). The typology serves to characterize HMNs on dimensions pertaining to the actors of the network, the relations between the actors, network extent and network structure. The method supports profiling HMNs along these dimensions, to analyse implications of the network characteristics, identify similar networks, and enable the transfer of design knowledge and experience in the form of design patterns. The application of the typology and method is exemplified through summary presentations of three of the HUMANE case executions. Furthermore, an online tool to support HMN profiling and sharing of design knowledge is presented

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Published date: 21 April 2017
Keywords: Human-machine networks, typology, method, design patterns

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Local EPrints ID: 414275
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/414275
PURE UUID: 321f5532-2c8c-4b13-b152-09032f166c9a
ORCID for Brian Pickering: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6815-2938

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Date deposited: 21 Sep 2017 16:31
Last modified: 14 Mar 2019 01:37

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Author: Asbjorn Folstad
Author: Vegard Engen
Author: William Mulligan
Author: Brian Pickering ORCID iD
Author: Antoine Pultier
Author: Taha Yasseri
Author: Paul Walland

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