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The NASA human performance modeling project: Implications for future modeling efforts  (2008)
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The NaIonal Aeronautics and Space AdministraIon (NASA) as part of the Aviation Safety and Security Program (AvSSP), recently completed a 6-year Human Performance Modeling (HPM) project (documented in a recent book edited by Foyle & Hooey, 2008). The NASA HPM project followed the approach of applying multiple cognitive modeling tools to a common set of aviation problems. Five modeling teams attempted to predict human error and behavior given changes in system design, procedures, and operational requirements. The five human performance modeling tools applied in the NASA HPM project were: Adaptive Control of Thought-Rational (ACT-R); Improved Performance Research Integration Tool/ACT-R hybrid (IMPRINT/ ACT-R); Air Man-machine IntegraIon Design and Analysis System (Air MIDAS); Distributed Operator Model Architecture (D-OMAR); and, Attention-Situation Awareness (A-SA) model.
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efforts, future, human, Implications, modeling, NASA, performance, project
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Presented as part of the panel: Byrne, M.D., Kirlik, A., Allard, T., Foyle, D.C., Hooey, B.L., Gluck, K.A., and Wickens, C.D. (2008). Issues and challenges in human performance modeling in aviation: Goals, advances, and gaps. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 52nd Annual Meeting. Santa Monica: HFES
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