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Attentional capture refers to the observation that some events break through and attract one's attention even when one is engaged in a task for which these events are irrelevant. Previous research, focusing primarily on spatial factors, has shown that a new object is more salient in this regard than an abrupt change in an object's features. Here we show(More)
This study tested whether multiple-object tracking-the ability to visually index objects on the basis of their spatiotemporal history-is scene based or image based. Initial experiments showed equivalent tracking accuracy for objects in 2-D and 3-D motion. Subsequent experiments manipulated the speeds of objects independent of the speed of the scene as a(More)
In 2005, the Canadian Forces’ (CF) Chief of Defence Staff announced the commencement of the transformation of the CF. As with any complex organization, transformation of its structure and processes is not simple. However, success of such a transition “depends upon leadership first identifying and understanding the thematic components of the past, and then,(More)
  • Mark Rempel
  • 2012
In recent years, a shift has occurred in defence strategic planning from being equipment focused towards being capability focused. As a result, several defence departments employ capability based planning in their force development processes rather than the traditional threat based model. However, this has led to a capability requirement visualization(More)
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