Kenneth N. Meyer

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chosen components, and failures may arise because they do not behave as anticipated. To make the right choice from among what are often functionally equivalent alternatives, system developers must have empirical evidence that clearly shows a component's dependability. The International Federation for Information Processing 4 defines dependability as " the(More)
It has been assumed that demonstrating the correct movement is the best way to impart task-relevant information. However, empirical verification with simple laboratory skills has shown that using a learning model (showing an individual in the process of acquiring the skill to be learned) may accelerate skill acquisition and increase retention more than(More)
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