Automation surprise

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An automation surprise is an action that is performed by an automation system and is unexpected by the user. A mode error can be a common cause of an automation surprise. Automation surprise can be dangerous when it upsets the situational awareness of a control operator.

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  • Hourizi, Rachid; Johnson, Peter. Beyond Mode Error: Supporting Strategic Knowledge Structures to Enhance Cockpit Safety. CiteSeerX: 10.1.1.97.1288.