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Inferring collaboration strategies and usability from remote observations in a spaceflight analog environment  (2023)
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It is difficult to remotely evaluate astronaut software interactions.

Usual design practices in HCI must be coupled with naturalistic observations [1].

- To be accurate, users must be “astronaut-like” and in an extreme, isolated environments.

Voice logs in spaceflight analogs provide a method for unobtrusive data collection.

- Useful for studying collaborative work with a software tool.

- Helpful for ensuring usability in high fidelity environments.
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analog, collaboration, environment, spaceflight, strategies, usability
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In 14th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics
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