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Development of NASA-TLX (Task Load Index): Results of Empirical and Theoretical Research
Abstract The results of a multi-year research program to identify the factors associated with variations in subjective workload within and between different types of tasks are reviewed. SubjectiveExpand
Man-machine Integration Design and Analysis System (MIDAS) Task Loading Model (TLM) experimental and software detailed design report
This is the experimental and software detailed design report for the prototype task loading model (TLM) developed as part of the man-machine integration design and analysis system (MIDAS), asExpand
MIDAS TLM: man-machine integrated design and analysis system task loading model
  • L. Staveland
  • Computer Science
  • Conference Proceedings IEEE International…
  • 13 October 1991
TLDR
The MIDAS task loading model was developed to predict the visual, auditory, cognitive, and motor loads that would be imposed on a pilot while flying various cockpit designs and an experiment was conducted with helicopter pilots to verify the predicted loads of a set of flight tasks. Expand
Army-NASA aircrew/aircraft integration program: Phase 4 A(3)I Man-Machine Integration Design and Analysis System (MIDAS) software detailed design document
The Man-Machine Integration Design and Analysis System (MIDAS) is an integrated suite of software components that constitutes a prototype workstation to aid designers in applying human factorsExpand
Army-NASA aircrew/aircraft integration program. Phase 5: A3I Man-Machine Integration Design and Analysis System (MIDAS) software concept document
This is the Software Concept Document for the Man-machine Integration Design and Analysis System (MIDAS) being developed as part of Phase V of the Army-NASA Aircrew/Aircraft Integration (A3I) Progam.Expand
Comparison of thermal (FLIR) and television images
TLDR
Investigation of the impact of the difference between TIs and regular TV images on the detection and identification of natural and man-made targets found that performance with TVs was superior to performance with TIs in terms of response times and errors. Expand
Memory and subjective workload assessment
Recent research suggested subjective introspection of workload is not based upon specific retrieval of information from long term memory, and only reflects the average workload that is imposed uponExpand