From where they look to what they think : Determining controller cognitive strategies from oculometer scanning data
- Cushing, Steven
- Sep 1, 1989.
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- The behavior and cognition of air traffic controllers from oculometer scanning data already obtained for another purpose was studied. There was very little work done to develop models of air traffic controllers, much of what was done was done at Langley. One aim of developing such models is to use them as the basis of decision-support or expert-system tools to assist controllers in their tasks. Such tools are more likely to be effective if they incorporate the strategies that controllers actually use, rather than steering them in what might be felt to be unnatural directions.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19900015725.
Accession ID: 90N25041.
Old Dominion Univ., NASA/American Society for Engineering Educ; Old Dominion Univ.,.
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