The experiment described in this paper was conducted to test if perceptual limitations were the reason for poor performance in the DSTO AOSC Maritime Hover trial.
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This report reviews the foundations, extensions, and challenges of cognitive work analysis.
The F-111 Adhesive Bonded Repair Assessment Program (FABRAP) was created to generate statistically valid data regarding the efficacy of the tap-test as a non-destructive-inspection technique and the environmental durability of adhesive bonds. In FABRAP Phase I Testing, over 300 repairs were tap tested and 820 residual strength tests conducted using a pneumatic adhesion tensile testing instrument. This report details the FABRAP process and summarises the results from the Phase I testing.
Three magnetic field sources were characterised. The sources are needed experiments investigating interactions between hot gases from a detonation and the magnetic field.
This report compares the decision ladder template and the recognition-primed decision model in terms of five main factors.
Designing safe and effective future systems: A new approach for modelling decisions in future systems with Cognitive Work Analysis
This paper contributes to the emerging body of evidence that Cognitive Work Analysis offers an approach for analysing the work demands of future systems.