Keith C. Hendy

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A quantitative description of the human information processor is required for predicting operator workload and performance from the simulated task time line data generated by task network models and related methods. Although many models of workload exist, few appear to be well founded in theory or to provide a satisfactory basis for a quantitative(More)
To understand and implement the rules of etiquette for human-computer interaction, a counter-case for the study of good etiquette is presented. The Internet is seen as a crucible for studying a wide variety of behavior that violates veracity, the foundational rule of etiquette. In the past, deceit and its attendant behaviors were exercised more or less(More)
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