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This study deals with a first step towards context adaptive functionality of a Driver Information System. Driving a car is a complex task for which the driver needs appropriate information to fulfil his or her goals. New technologies enable adaptability to driver state, task, personality etcetera and also to the context. The aim of this study was therefore(More)
BACKGROUND The purpose was to study the test-retest reliability and internal consistency of questions in a questionnaire concerning working conditions and health and the inter-rater reliability of observations and measurements according to an ergonomic checklist. METHOD Fifty-seven operators participated in a retest questionnaire and 58 operators(More)
The history of mobile telecommunication in Sweden is to a large extend the history of the firm Ericsson and its relationship to the Swedish PTTs as well as to other small firms. Mobile telecommunication industry in Sweden emerged at the end of the 1970s, beginning of 1980s, under the impulsion of the Nordic PTTs which, through the creation of the NMT(More)
A study was conducted to evaluate the skill to predict the development of traffic situations. A stop-controlled intersection was filmed over several days, and 12 scenes with varying traffic complexity were selected. In half of the scenes, the traffic rules were violated, in half of the scenes, the rules were observed. A total of 36 participants were asked(More)
Based on four case studies, a new concept of “X-services” eXtended avatar-services with integrated community driven knowledge management is introduced. The concept is demonstrated with a demonstrator eMe-x applied with a SME shopping mall and the e-service cuponline.se The basic idea is that the brokerage and filtering functions are augmented to a solution(More)
Alm, H. 1982. Learning of probabilistic inference tasks: Effects of uncer­ tainty and function form. This thesis is concerned with the problem of how people learn to use uncer­ tain information for making judgments. The general framework for the thesis is Social Judgment Theory (SJT). First the S3T paradigm, and some research conducted within the paradigm,(More)
The aim of this paper is to describe an ongoing project with the aim of improving safety in an organization working with maintenance and development of the railway infrastructure in Sweden. The first sub goal was to investigate the General Failure Types in the organization. Seminars and interviews, based on the Tripod Delta method, with 62 employees(More)