The paper introduces a methodology which provides conceptual tooh for the analysis of decision-making in the control of complex dynamic processes. The took are based on theoretical concepts which describe decision-making as a systemic interaction between the operators and the process. This interaction is conceptualized in order to be able to evaluate operators' habits of action in decision-making and in collaboration. The habits of action are expected to contribute to the situanonal adaptability of process control actions. The methodology can be applied to different contexts of process control. A training method, developed for the simulator training of a nuclear power plant, is introduced as an application.
|Journal||Le Travail humain|
|Publication status||Published - 1998|
|MoE publication type||A1 Journal article-refereed|