Socio-Technical Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS)
This work in progress paper proposes a Socio-Technical Health Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS). In addition, a lab setup is presented for empirical studies focusing on elucidating team performances.
KeywordsHUMS Human behavior analytics
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