Luiz Carlos Begosso

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Human errors are understood as a combination of many factors. Among them are the limitations of human information processing and the difficult matching of automation and human abilities. In the conception of HCI for critical systems, the ability to identify possible human errors and their consequences is fundamental for designing defenses for these errors.(More)
The software industry blames universities for their graduates lacking necessary skills, meaning that just the possession of knowledge does not necessarily imply the competent performance required by the profession. Professional maturity in software engineering is one of software industry's major needs and in-office training can not address this need as(More)
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