The semiotics of control room situation awareness

@inproceedings{HugoTheSO,
  title={The semiotics of control room situation awareness},
  author={Jacques Hugo}
}
The term " situation awareness " has become almost synonymous with a concern for human safety and operational effectiveness in industrial ergonomics and human factors engineering. However, literature on situation awareness makes only very vague reference to the elements of meaning in user interfaces and task representations, and the way that meaning is structured as part of the user's mental model. Situation awareness research has also included only superficial investigation of the process of… CONTINUE READING

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