Training, human decision making, and control
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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The Design and Evaluation of a ComputerBased Training System
An Experimental Evaluation of an Advanced Alarm System for Nuclear
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accuracy alarm information alarm system analysis area-name axis chord keyboard cognitive computer-based computer-based training data points defined desired track diagnosis display disturbed dynamic effect Ergonomics error estimation evaluation experiment experimental expert systems factors fault diagnosis FIGURE frequency function fuzzy set fuzzy set theory goal graphic grid gripper Halden HALO system helmsman model indicated input interaction K.D. Duncan Editors Kalman filter keyboard lip reading loop man-machine system manipulator manual control means membership functions mental mental model method motor mouth shapes movements navigator novel faults object observations operator performance operator's optimal optimal control output parameters Patrick and K.D. Phase plant position prediction presented problem procedures process formats Publishers B.V. North-Holland representation response scenario Science Publishers B.V. sessions ship ship's wheel simulation situation spatial speed strategy subjects Table target task transient trend variables vibration