J. M. Noyes

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The relative ‘explosion’ of computerised technology in recent years has been accompanied by a wealth of psychological research that has indicated a mixed response of attitudes to the now ubiquitous computer. Whilst many people hold positive attitudes about computers, many individuals express serious concerns and have been labelled ‘technophobic’. This study(More)
There is an increasing awareness of the importance and the benefits to be attained from consulting the end-users during system and product development. Although the rationale of utilizing the expertise of end-users in the system development life cycle appears to provide an apparently straightforward, even 'ideal' approach, there are many difficulties(More)
Pilot Situational Awareness (SA), namely, the pilot’s ability to accurately perceive, understand and predict events, is an essential requirement of effective decision-making [1]. Good ‘visibility’ of aircraft state and environment is instrumental in maintaining a high level of SA. ‘Cockpit transparency’ indicates the capability of the cockpit to provide(More)
Personal ([2] C. Barnatt, Cyber Business — Mindsets for a Wired Age, Wiley, New York, 1995) computers and networks have transformed communications in the workplace over the last decade. Tomorrow’s society is likely to revolve around the use of Computer Mediated Communication (CMCs) to eschew the geographical distance between individuals ([27] N. Negroponte,(More)
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