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A methodical approach for developing valid human performance models of flight deck operations  (2011)
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Validation is critically important when human performance models are used to predict the effect of future system designs on human performance. A model of flight deck operations was validated using a rigorous, iterative, model validation process. The process included the validation of model inputs (task trace and model input parameters), process models (workload, perception, and visual attention) and model outputs of human performance measures (including workload and visual attention). This model will be used to evaluate proposed changes to flight deck technologies and pilot procedures in the NextGen Closely Spaced Parallel Operations concept.
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Closely, deck, flight, human, measures, models, NextGen, Operations, operations, Parallel, performance, Spaced, valid, validation
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Paper presented at the 14th Annual HCI International 2011, Orlando, FL
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