Enlie Wang

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Performance degradation due to interruptions is a critical issue, particularly when people are supervising highly autonomous systems in time and safety critical environments. Previous research in the development of automated support to help supervisory control operators resume task activities after an interruption has had limited success. This paper(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore how a single master alarm system affects drivers' responses when compared with multiple, distinct warnings. BACKGROUND Advanced driver warning systems are intended to improve safety, yet inappropriate integration may increase the complexity of driving, especially in high workload situations. This study investigated the effects of(More)
OBJECTIVE This article describes a series of studies conducted to examine factors affecting user perceptions, responses, and tolerance for network-based computer delays affecting distributed human-computer-network interaction (HCNI) tasks. BACKGROUND HCNI tasks, even with increasing computing and network bandwidth capabilities, are still affected by human(More)
Driver warning systems are under development to improve safety in driving; yet the integration of these systems in cars may increase the complexity of driving, especially in high workload situations. Critical human factors issues arise, such as how the interaction between alerting schemes, system reliabilities, and distractions combine to affect human(More)
DARCY: They are listed in the order of importance. ABSTRACT (212 words OK) Objective: To explore how a single master alarm system affects drivers' responses when compared to multiple, distinct warnings. Background: Advanced driver warning systems are intended to improve safety, yet inappropriate integration may increase the complexity of driving, especially(More)
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