A Method to Reveal Workload Weak-Resilience-Signals at a Rail Control Post

@inproceedings{Siegel2014AMT,
  title={A Method to Reveal Workload Weak-Resilience-Signals at a Rail Control Post},
  author={Aron Wolf Siegel and Jan Maarten Schraagen},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2014}
}
Reorganization of a rail control post may affect its ability to cope with unexpected disruptions. The term ‘resilience’, the ability to manage spare adaptive capacity when unexpected events occur, encapsulates this situation. This paper focuses on the workload adaptive capacity through a method for revealing workload weak-resilience-signals (WRS). Three different workload measurements are adapted to identify structural changes in workload. The first, executed cognitive task load, targets system… CONTINUE READING
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