Evaluation of Subjective Mental Workload : A Comparison of SWAT , NASA-TLX , and Workload Profile Methods

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  title={Evaluation of Subjective Mental Workload : A Comparison of SWAT , NASA-TLX , and Workload Profile Methods},
  author={Susana Sitja Rubio and Eva D{\'i}az and Jes{\'u}s Mart{\'i}n and Jos{\'e} Manuel de la Puente},
  year={2003}
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