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Man-machine occupational risk modeling (MORM).

Besrour, Adel; Buchs, Didier

In: Proceedings of the second IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (SMC'02), October 6-9, 2002, Hammamet, Tunisia, Volume 4. IEEE Computer Society Press, October 2002.

Abstract: This paper defines the MORM model (man-machine occupational risk modeling) which is devised for modeling risk in wide-scaled industrial systems. We introduce the basic principles of the human-machine interaction model based on a dynamic approach. This approach consists of two features. First, the extended cognitive reliability and error analysis method (extended CREAM) and second a high level Petri net formalism called CO-OPN (concurrent object-oriented Petri nets) used for modelling. To illustrate the MORM model we adapted a case study of a metal wire making process.

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