Radzikowska, M., Ruecker, S., Bischof, W. F., Annett, M. K., and Forbes, F. (2010). Geared decisions: Experimenting with decision support visualizations. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Design and Emotion, CDRom.

Human-Machine Interfaces (HMI) are used where people and machines or systems (often within an industrial context) interact during a given task. The goal of this interaction is for the user to operate and control the machine in an effective manner, while receiving helpful and timely feedback. In some contexts, an HMI may also function as a decision support system (DSS), or include DSS components, aiding users in making effective decisions about some aspect of the industrial operation.

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