Task Analysis for Error Identification

@inproceedings{Baber2008TaskAF,
  title={Task Analysis for Error Identification},
  author={Chris Baber and Neville A. Stanton},
  year={2008}
}
Human error is a significant contributor to product failure. However, it is uncommon for designers to explicitly consider the potential for human error in the design of products. In this chapter, it is proposed that ‘human error’ arises as a consequence of the interaction between user and product, and that modeling this interaction can allow insight into possible error paths. Using a simple representation of product functioning, based on state-space diagrams, Task Analysis for Error… CONTINUE READING

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