Handbook Human-Machine Systems published
We are pleased to announce the publication of the Handbook of Human-Machine Systems. The editors are Giancarlo Fortino, David Kaber, Andreas Nürnberger, and David Mendonça. In the Handbook of Human-Machine Systems, a team of distinguished researchers provides a comprehensive exploration of human-machine systems (HMS) research and development from a variety of illuminating perspectives. The book provides a big-picture view of the state of the art in HMS research and technology. Contributors cover brain-machine interfaces and systems, including assistive technologies such as devices that enhance locomotion. They also discuss advances in the scientific and engineering foundations of Collaborative Intelligent Systems and applications.