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Designing User-Interface for the Cockpit: Five Common Design Errors and How to Avoid Them  (2002)
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The efficiency and robustness of pilot-automation interaction is a function of the volume of memorized action sequences required to use the automation to perform mission tasks. This paper describes a model of pilot cognition for the evaluation of the cognitive usability of cockpit automation. Five common cockpit automation design errors are discussed with examples.
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Sherry, L., Polson, P. and Feary, M. (2002) Designing User-Interfaces for the Cockpit: Five Common Design Errors, and How to Avoid Them. Paper to be presented at the 2002 SAE World Aviation Congress, Phoenix, AZ (November 5 - 7).
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