Modeling a Continuous Dynamic Task

@inproceedings{Gray1999ModelingAC,
  title={Modeling a Continuous Dynamic Task},
  author={Wayne D. Gray and Michael J. Schoelles and Wai-Tat Fu},
  year={1999}
}
Milliseconds matter – when the interface permits, users will adjust their behavior to shave 100-200 msec from low level interactions. Saving milliseconds involves deploying different microstrategies. These strategies are deployed automatically; that is, non-deliberately. To explore the ability of people to maximize performance by deploying different microstrategies, two experiments were conducted on two continuous dynamic tasks. The data support the conclusion that people respond to small… CONTINUE READING
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