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SEAMS 2022
Mon 23 - Tue 24 May 2022
co-located with ICSE 2022
Fri 20 May 2022 10:35 - 10:45 at SEAMS room - Socio-Cyber-Physical Systems Chair(s): Liliana Pasquale, Catia Trubiani

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The MAPE-K feedback loop has been established as the primary reference model for self-adaptive and autonomous systems. It has been designed to enable system autonomy and decision-making in domains such as autonomous driving, robotics, and Cyber-Physical Systems. At the same time, the Human Machine Teaming (HMT) paradigm is designed to promote partnerships between humans and autonomous machines. It goes far beyond the degree of collaboration expected in human-on-the-loop and human-in-the-loop systems and emphasizes interactions, partnership, and teamwork between humans and machines. However, while MAPE-K enables fully autonomous behavior, it does not explicitly address the interactions between humans and machines as intended by HMT. In this paper, we present the MAPE-K-HMT framework which augments the traditional MAPE-K loop with support for HMT. We identify critical human-machine teaming factors and describe the infrastructure needed across the various phases of the MAPE-K loop in order to effectively support HMT. This includes runtime models that are constructed and populated dynamically across monitoring, analysis, planning, and execution phases to support human-machine partnerships. We illustrate MAPE-K-HMT using examples from an autonomous multi-UAV emergency response system, and present guidelines for integrating HMT into MAPE-K.

Fri 20 May

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10:30 - 11:45
Socio-Cyber-Physical Systems SEAMS 2022 at SEAMS room
Chair(s): Liliana Pasquale University College Dublin & Lero, Catia Trubiani Gran Sasso Science Institute
A Paradigm for Safe Adaptation of Collaborating RobotsShort Research Paper
SEAMS 2022
Emilia Cioroaica Fraunhofer IESE, Barbora Buhnova Masaryk University, Emrah Tomur Ericsson
DOI Pre-print
Extending MAPE-K to support Human-Machine TeamingResearch Paper
SEAMS 2022
Jane Cleland-Huang University of Notre Dame, Ankit Agrawal University of Notre Dame, Michael Vierhauser Johannes Kepler University Linz, Michael Murphy University of Notre Dame, Mike Prieto University of Notre Dame
Pre-print Media Attached
Towards Digital Twin-enabled DevOps for CPS providing Architecture-Based Service Adaptation & Verification at RuntimeResearch Paper
SEAMS 2022
Pre-print Media Attached
SEAMS 2022

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Fri 20 May 2022 10:30 - 11:45 at SEAMS room - Socio-Cyber-Physical Systems Chair(s): Liliana Pasquale, Catia Trubiani
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