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Applying self-organized Multiagent systems in the industry can lower the necessity of human intervention, which can imply a signicant reduction in costs.

Please note that I want to emphasize that the "intervention" is an unregular event, only needed under exceptional circumstances (e.g. fault).

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  • Thank you. You're completely right. I'll remove that last sentence.
    – creiser
    Jul 9 '15 at 9:27
  • What about manpower for troubleshooting or simply trouble shooters.
    – Khan
    Jul 10 '15 at 4:51
  • In my opinion manpower sounds like a solid choice, but it's also a lot more generic than "human intervention", since it doesn't emphasize the unregularity.
    – creiser
    Jul 10 '15 at 21:12
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This quotation is from Sources of human productivity by Robert R. Carkhuff:

Intervention implies human intervention and involves influencing the personal reasons by helping, training or supporting in some way. In turn, the non- intervention methods may involve mechanical interventions...

So taking into account your note "that the "intervention" is an unregular event, only needed under exceptional circumstances (e.g. fault).", I cannot think of another word that would fit better.

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