Human error and system design and management by P.F. Elzer, R.H. Kluwe, B. Boussoffara

By P.F. Elzer, R.H. Kluwe, B. Boussoffara

Human blunders and method layout and administration features a selection of contributions provided at a world workshop with a similar identify held from March 24-26, 1999 on the Technical collage of Clausthal, Germany. the aim of this workshop used to be to debate the result of a learn venture investigating the "Influences of Human-Machine-Interfaces at the Error-proneness of Operator interplay with Technical platforms" in a wide context. consequently specialists from academia and have been invited to take part in order that useful in addition to theoretical points of the subject material have been coated. subject matters integrated contemporary concerns relating multimedia and ecological interfaces in addition to scenario knowledge. This booklet comprises the present pondering in this dialogue and will be considered as a complement to engineers and researchers who're lively within the sector of human computer interfaces.

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Evaluation is carried out in the context of these scenarios through formalised questions based on Norman's [9] model of human cognition. From this, we can identify a number of cognitive failures or ways in which human information processing can fail, possibly resulting in "incorrect" behaviour. These failures are associated with goals, plans, actions, perceptual failures and failures of interpretation. This method has been used for a number of types of system. At the "sharp end" it has been used to analyse a number of subsystems in an aircraft flight deck and to analyse crew operation of a ship based command and control system.

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