How Unexpected Events Produce An Escalation Of Cognitive And Coordinative Demands

@inproceedings{Desmond1999HowUE,
  title={How Unexpected Events Produce An Escalation Of Cognitive And Coordinative Demands},
  author={Paula A Desmond and David D. Woods and Emily S. Patterson},
  year={1999}
}
Each round of technological development promises to aid the people engaged in various fields of practice. After these promises result in the development of prototypes and fielded systems, those researchers who examine the reverberations of technology change have observed a mixed bag of effects, most quite different from the expectations of the technology advocates. Often the message practitioners send with their performance, their errors, and their adaptations is one of technology-induced… CONTINUE READING

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