Jon Wicks

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EXTENDED ABSTRACT The Operator Choice Model (OCM) was developed to model the behaviour of operators attending to complex tasks involving interdependent concurrent activities, such as in Air Traffic Control (ATC). The purpose of the OCM is to provide a flexible framework for modelling and simulation that can be used for quantitative analyses in human(More)
  • W J Syme, B E Associate, Wbm Pty, Australia M G Ltd, Pinnell, J M Wicks
  • 2004
Urbanised floodplains present significantly more complex hydraulic modelling challenges than those for rural floodplains. Urban areas require consideration of fences, highly varying land-use, buildings, narrow flow paths and underground stormwater drainage. The application of a 2D/1D hydraulic modelling approach to an urban flood study in Bristol, and a(More)
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EXTENDED ABSTRACT The Operator Choice Model (OCM) was developed to model the behaviour of operators attending to complex tasks involving interdependent concurrent activities, such as in Air Traffic Control (ATC). The purpose of the OCM is to provide a flexible framework for modelling and simulation that can be used for quantitative analyses in human(More)
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