Beyond Mode Error : Supporting Strategic Knowledge Structures to Enhance Cockpit Safety

@inproceedings{Hourizi2001BeyondME,
  title={Beyond Mode Error : Supporting Strategic Knowledge Structures to Enhance Cockpit Safety},
  author={Rachid Hourizi and Peter Johnson},
  year={2001}
}
In the contextual complexity of modern, computerised systems, the current system state can come as an unpleasant shock to even an experienced user. In this paper, we show that errors, which occur within such complexity, cannot easily be described in terms of individual tasks and their component actions. We use this starting point to examine the dominant thinking in this field (Palmer, 1995, Palmer et al, 1993, Degani et al, 1996, Rushby 1999). We show this dominant position, which suggests that… CONTINUE READING

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