Shelly Scott-Nash

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In complex human-machine systems, the human operator is often required to intervene to detect and solve problems. Given this increased reliance on the human in these critical human-machine systems, there is an increasing need to validly predict how operators allocate their visual attention. This paper describes the information-seeking (attention-guiding)(More)
There are not always sufficient resources or time available to identify human factors issues early enough for development of detailed technical bases using empirical experimentation with human subjects. Consequently, analytical approaches are needed to augment the experimental approach for human factors regulatory decision making at the US Nuclear(More)
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