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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics (8th : 2009 : San Diego, CA).
Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics.
Berlin : Springer, 2009
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (xx, 627 pages) : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Cognitive Approaches in HCI Design.- Towards Cognitive-Aware Multimodal Presentation: The Modality Effects in High-Load HCI.- Supporting Situation Awareness in Demanding Operating Environments through Wearable User Interfaces.- Development of a Technique for Predicting the Human Response to an Emergency Situation.- A Dynamic Task Representation Method for a Virtual Reality Application.- An Investigation of Function Based Design Considering Affordances in Conceptual Design of Mechanical Movement.- CWE: Assistance Environment for the Evaluation Operating a Set of Variations of the Cognitive Walkthrough Ergonomic Inspection Method.- The Use of Multimodal Representation in Icon Interpretation.- Beyond Emoticons: Combining Affect and Cognition in Icon Design.- Agency Attribution in Human-Computer Interaction.- Human-UAV Co-operation Based on Artificial Cognition.- Development of an Evaluation Method for Office Work Productivity.- Supporting Cognitive Collage Creation for Pedestrian Navigation.- Development of a Novel Platform for Greater Situational Awareness in the Urban Military Terrain.- The User Knows: Considering the Cognitive Contribution of the User in the Design of Auditory Warnings.- Interaction and Cognition.- The Influence of Gender and Age on the Visual Codes Working Memory and the Display Duration - A Case Study of Fencers.- Comparison of Mobile Device Navigation Information Display Alternatives from the Cognitive Load Perspective.- Visual Complexity: Is That All There Is?.- Operational Decision Making in Aluminium Smelters.- Designers of Different Cognitive Styles Editing E-Learning Materials Studied by Monitoring Physiological and Other Data Simultaneously.- Analyzing Control-Display Movement Compatibility: A Neuroimaging Study.- Graphics and Semantics: The Relationship between What Is Seen and What Is Meant in Icon Design.- The Effect of Object Features on Multiple Object Tracking and Identification.- Organizing Smart Networks and Humans into Augmented Teams.- Quantitative Evaluation of Mental Workload by Using Model of Involuntary Eye Movement.- Spatial Tasks on a Large, High-Resolution Tiled Display: Females Mentally Rotate Large Objects Faster Than Men.- Neurocognitive Workload Assessment Using the Virtual Reality Cognitive Performance Assessment Test.- Sensing Directionality in Tangential Haptic Stimulation.- Effects of Design Elements in Magazine Advertisements.- The Influence of Shared-Representation on Shared Mental Models in Virtual Teams.- Harnessing the Power of Multiple Tools to Predict and Mitigate Mental Overload.- Acceptance of E-Invoicing in SMEs.- Mental Models in Process Visualization - Could They Indicate the Effectiveness of an Operator's Training?.- Effects of Report Order on Identification on Multidimensional Stimulus: Color and Shape.- Confidence Bias in Situation Awareness.- Tactical Reconnaissance Using Groups of Partly Autonomous UGVs.- Driving Safety and Support.- Use of High-Fidelity Simulation to Evaluate Driver Performance with Vehicle Automation Systems.- Applying the "Team Player" Approach on Car Design.- New HMI Concept for Motorcycles-The Saferider Approach.- Night Vision - Reduced Driver Distraction, Improved Safety and Satisfaction.- Measurement of Depth Attention of Driver in Frontal Scene.- Understanding the Opinion Forming Processes of Experts and Customers During Evaluations of Automotive Sounds.- HR Changes in Driving Scenes with Danger and Difficulties Using Driving Simulator.- Driver Measurement: Methods and Applications.- The Assessment of Driver's Arousal States from the Classification of Eye-Blink Patterns.- Guiding a Driver's Visual Attention Using Graphical and Auditory Animations.- Fundamental Study for Relationship between Cognitive Task and Brain Activity During Car Driving.- A Study on a Method to Call Drivers' Attention to Hazard.- An Analysis of Saccadic Eye Movements and Facial Images for Assessing Vigilance Levels During Simulated Driving.- Implementing Human Factors within the Design Process of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).- A Survey Study of Chinese Drivers' Inconsistent Risk Perception.- Design for Smart Driving: A Tale of Two Interfaces.- Aviation and Transport.- Supervision of Autonomous Vehicles: Mutual Modeling and Interaction Management.- Conflicts in Human Operator - Unmanned Vehicles Interactions.- Ergonomic Analysis of Different Computer Tools to Support the German Air Traffic Controllers.- Behavior Model Based Recognition of Critical Pilot Workload as Trigger for Cognitive Operator Assistance.- A Design and Training Agenda for the Next Generation of Commercial Aircraft Flight Deck.- Future Ability Requirements for Human Operators in Aviation.- The Application of Human Error Template (HET) for Redesigning Standard Operational Procedures in Aviation Operations.- Effect of Aircraft Datablock Complexity and Exposure Time on Performance of Change Detection Task.- A Regulatory-Based Approach to Safety Analysis of Unmanned Aircraft Systems.- Using Acoustic Sensor Technologies to Create a More Terrain Capable Unmanned Ground Vehicle.- Critical Interaction Analysis in the Flight Deck.- Understanding the Impact of Rail Automation.- Cognitive Workload as a Predictor of Student Pilot Performance.- Direct Perception Displays for Military Radar-Based Air Surveillance.- A Selection of Human Factors Tools: Measuring HCI Aspects of Flight Deck Technologies.|
|Series Title:||Lecture notes in computer science, 5639.; Lecture notes in computer science., Lecture notes in artificial intelligence.; LNCS sublibrary., SL 7,, Artificial intelligence.|
|Other Titles:||EPCE 2009|
|Responsibility:||Don Harris (ed.).|