Thomas B. Sheridan mostly deals with Control engineering, Automation, Supervisory control, Artificial intelligence and Robot. Thomas B. Sheridan combines subjects such as Control system and Remote control with his study of Control engineering. His Automation study incorporates themes from Simulation, Supervisor, Engineering management and Action.
His work investigates the relationship between Action and topics such as Reliability that intersect with problems in Risk analysis. While the research belongs to areas of Supervisory control, Thomas B. Sheridan spends his time largely on the problem of Teleoperation, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Automatic control, Human–computer interaction and Underwater acoustic communication. In the subject of general Artificial intelligence, his work in Robotics, Decision tree and Evidential reasoning approach is often linked to Telerobotics, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His primary areas of investigation include Artificial intelligence, Automation, Supervisory control, Simulation and Control engineering. His work on Robotics as part of general Artificial intelligence study is frequently linked to Decision aids, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His work deals with themes such as Systems design, Task and Engineering management, which intersect with Automation.
His studies deal with areas such as Control system, Process and Human–computer interaction as well as Supervisory control. His research in Control engineering tackles topics such as Robot which are related to areas like Control theory. The various areas that Thomas B. Sheridan examines in his Haptic technology study include Teleoperation and Sensory substitution.
Thomas B. Sheridan focuses on Automation, Control, Supervisory control, Artificial intelligence and Human–computer interaction. His Automation research includes themes of Systems design, Task, Resource management and Normative. His research integrates issues of Dimension, Distributed computing and Data science in his study of Control.
His study explores the link between Supervisory control and topics such as Control engineering that cross with problems in Engineering management, Human–robot interaction and Teleoperation. His Artificial intelligence research focuses on Action and how it connects with Government. His work in the fields of Human–computer interaction, such as Virtual reality, intersects with other areas such as Relevant information, Limit and ALARM.
Thomas B. Sheridan mainly investigates Automation, Supervisory control, Control, Operations research and Control engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Resource management, Correctness, Task, Interpretation and Systems design in addition to Automation. His Control research focuses on subjects like Data science, which are linked to Augmented reality, Look-ahead and Road user.
His research in Operations research tackles topics such as Crossover which are related to areas like Workload. While the research belongs to areas of Control engineering, Thomas B. Sheridan spends his time largely on the problem of Robotics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Human–computer interaction. His Human–computer interaction study combines topics in areas such as Robot, Teleoperation, Artificial intelligence and Detection theory.
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A model for types and levels of human interaction with automation
R. Parasuraman;T.B. Sheridan;C.D. Wickens.
Telerobotics, Automation, and Human Supervisory Control
Thomas B. Sheridan.
Musings on telepresence and virtual presence
Thomas B. Sheridan.
Reducing the Frequency of Errors in Medicine Using Information Technology
D W Bates;M Cohen;L L Leape;J M Overhage.
Human and Computer Control of Undersea Teleoperators
Thomas B. Sheridan;William L. Verplank.
Humans and Automation: System Design and Research Issues
Thomas B. Sheridan.
Space teleoperation through time delay: review and prognosis
international conference on robotics and automation (1993)
Man-machine systems;: Information, control, and decision models of human performance
Thomas B. Sheridan;William R. Ferrell.
Situation Awareness, Mental Workload, and Trust in Automation: Viable, Empirically Supported Cognitive Engineering Constructs
Raja Parasuraman;Thomas B. Sheridan;Christopher D. Wickens.
A prospective study of patient safety in the operating room.
Caprice K. Christian;Michael L. Gustafson;Emilie M. Roth;Thomas B. Sheridan.
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