IMPROVING EVALUATION AND SYSTEM DESIGN THROUGH THE USE OF OFF-NOMINAL TESTING: A METHODOLOGY FOR SCENARIO DEVELOPMENT

@inproceedings{Foyle2003IMPROVINGEA,
  title={IMPROVING EVALUATION AND SYSTEM DESIGN THROUGH THE USE OF OFF-NOMINAL TESTING: A METHODOLOGY FOR SCENARIO DEVELOPMENT},
  author={David C. Foyle and Becky L. Hooey},
  year={2003}
}
A major challenge facing system designers is to ensure that a system that has been successfully evaluated in the laboratory will be successfully fielded. Off-nominal testing, in which unexpected conditions are evaluated, is proposed as a method to meet this challenge. Off-nominal testing allows for increased understanding of the humanmachine system under evaluation, may uncover design issues that can be addressed, and may help determine training issues and procedures. An experimental… CONTINUE READING
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