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Wechselwirkung Mensch und autonomer Agent

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Menschen repräsentieren Wissen und Lernerfahrungen in Form von mentalen Modellen. Dieses aus der Kognitionspsychologie stammende Konzept ist eines der zentralen theoretischen Paradigmen für das Verständnis und die Gestaltung der Interaktion von Menschen mit technischen Systemen [1]. Mentale Modelle dienen in diesem Kontext einerseits der Beschreibung menschlicher Informationsverarbeitung, z. B.

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Wolf, I. (2015). Wechselwirkung Mensch und autonomer Agent. In: Maurer, M., Gerdes, J., Lenz, B., Winner, H. (eds) Autonomes Fahren. Springer Vieweg, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-45854-9_6

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