Training, human decision making, and control

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North-Holland, Apr 1, 1988 - Education - 408 pages
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Twenty-four papers from various disciplines (including psychology and engineering) which contribute to the understanding of human-machine interaction. Topics covered in the book include training and learning, cognitive aspects of interaction, retention, display systems, manual and supervisory control, modelling, simulation, and aids to decision making.

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