E2 – Safe Handover in Mixed-Initiative Control

In mixed-initiative control, one important issue is handover. The mission of this project is to better understand how machines can safely hand over control to humans, and to develop technological support. We will use formal methods from AI – description logic (DL) and automated planning – to more reliably predict when a handover is necessary, and to increase the advance notice for handovers by planning ahead at run-time. We will combine methods from human-computer interaction and natural language generation to develop solutions for safe and smooth handovers. Ultimately, we strive to tightly integrate HCI and formal methods, making human aspects of the human-machine system more accessible to formal analysis, thereby ensuring operational safety.

Principal Investigators

Principal Investigator
Saarland University
Principal Investigator
Technische Universität Dresden
Principal Investigator
Saarland University
Principal Investigator
Saarland University

Researchers

Ernie Chang
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Florian Daiber
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Maximilian Fickert
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Anke Hirsch
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Thorsten Klößner
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Nina Knieriemen
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Alisa Kovtunova
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Anna Milena Rothermel
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Marcel Steinmetz
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Frederik Wiehr
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