Neurophysiological Estimation of Interruptibility : Demonstrating Feasibility in a Field Context

@inproceedings{Mathan2007NeurophysiologicalEO,
  title={Neurophysiological Estimation of Interruptibility : Demonstrating Feasibility in a Field Context},
  author={Santosh Mathan and Stephen Whitlow and Michael C. Dorneich and Patricia Ververs},
  year={2007}
}
Inappropriately timed interruptions from task-relevant electronic devices have been shown to have a negative impact on accuracy and efficiency in difficult task contexts. Research has also shown that these risks can be minimized by timing interruptions appropriately based on estimates of a user’s cognitive workload. The work reported here examines the potential for using body-worn electrophysiological sensors to assess cognitive workload in challenging field environments. Analysis of… CONTINUE READING
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