Julien Cegarra

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Mental workload is a concept central to a range of disciplines (including cognitive psychology and ergonomics) that has given rise to various theoretical and methodological debates. As a result, researchers have used a number of techniques for measuring mental workload. Traditionally, three categories of measurement technique have been recognized:(More)
Individual differences are a crucial aspect of field studies because of the consequences they can have on performance. However, in Cognitive Ergonomics, individual differences have mainly been interpreted as expertise effects. As can be noted from the literature, this limitation has led to difficulties in explaining differences between experts. Using a case(More)
How professional and novice designers manage multiple objectives through constraint satisfaction was studied. An objective is defined as a network of constraints; a constraint is characterized as related to a source (internal or external) and an addressee (e.g., client or user). It has been shown that designers favour objectives related to external(More)
This study sought to assess the consequences of technological changes in vehicle routing interfaces for planners' constraint processing during route selection. We began by developing a model of domain constraints for the generic vehicle routing problem, in order to characterize planners' constraint processing and assess the visibility of constraints on(More)
The operating room (OR) is a high-risk complex setting, where patient safety relies on the coordinated efforts of multiple team members. However, little attention has been paid to evaluating the strategies employed by OR practitioners to prevent and correct incidents that inevitably occur during surgery. Therefore, we were prompted to investigate human(More)
In this paper, we present a three-phase solving mechanism for the vehicle routing problem. The solving mechanism is part of a decision support system architecture deduced from an interdisciplinary study. We highlight that human factors and dynamic aspects are generally ignored in the classical approaches to solve the problem. In our approach, a link is done(More)