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Hierarchical task analysis: developments, applications, and extensions.
- N. Stanton
- Medicine, Engineering
- Applied ergonomics
Hierarchical task analysis (HTA) is a core ergonomics approach with a pedigree of over 30 years continuous use. At its heart, HTA is based upon a theory of performance and has only three governing… Expand
Distributed situation awareness in dynamic systems: theoretical development and application of an ergonomics methodology
The purpose of this paper is to propose foundations for a theory of situation awareness based on the analysis of interactions between agents (i.e. both human and non-human) in subsystems. This… Expand
What really is going on? Review of situation awareness models for individuals and teams
The concept of situation awareness (SA) is frequently described in the literature. Theoretically, it remains predominantly an individual construct and the majority of the models presented describe SA… Expand
Measuring Situation Awareness in complex systems: Comparison of measures study
Abstract Assessing operator situation awareness is a key component of sociotechnical system design and evaluation. This article describes a study that was undertaken in order to compare two different… Expand
Malleable Attentional Resources Theory: A New Explanation for the Effects of Mental Underload on Performance
This paper proposes a new theory to account for the effects of underload on performance. Malleable attentional resources theory posits that attentional capacity can change size in response to changes… Expand
Situation awareness measurement: a review of applicability for C4i environments.
The construct of situation awareness (SA) has become a core theme within the human factors (HF) research community. Consequently, there have been numerous attempts to develop reliable and valid… Expand
Takeover Time in Highly Automated Vehicles: Noncritical Transitions to and From Manual Control
Objective: The aim of this study was to review existing research into driver control transitions and to determine the time it takes drivers to resume control from a highly automated vehicle in… Expand
Human error taxonomies applied to driving: A generic driver error taxonomy and its implications for intelligent transport systems
Recent research indicates that driver error contributes to up to 75% of all roadway crashes. Despite this, only relatively little is currently known about the types of errors that drivers make and of… Expand
Effects of adaptive cruise control and highly automated driving on workload and situation awareness: A review of the empirical evidence
Adaptive cruise control (ACC), a driver assistance system that controls longitudinal motion, has been introduced in consumer cars in 1995. A next milestone is highly automated driving (HAD), a system… Expand
The Design with Intent Method: a design tool for influencing user behaviour.
Using product and system design to influence user behaviour offers potential for improving performance and reducing user error, yet little guidance is available at the concept generation stage for… Expand