Filters








704,081 Hits in 5.9 sec

Designing human-centered distributed information systems

Jiajie Zhang, V.L. Patel, K.A. Johnson, J.W. Smith
2002 IEEE Intelligent Systems  
Design methodology Our methodology, called human-centered distributed information design (HCDID), incorporates the theory of distributed cognition with the need for multiple levels of analyses in system  ...  by the physical and social context in which they operate. 9,10 One study has argued that the properties of a distributed cognitive system consisting of a group of human agents interacting with complex  ...  Smith is a professor at the University of Texas at Houston, and the deputy director of medical informatics and health-care systems at NASA Johnson Space Center.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mis.2002.1039831 fatcat:vk5jzitoqfhvpay7lbohqnkqqi

Preface: Cognitive engineering in automated systems design

David B. Kaber, John M. Usher
2000 Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing  
It involves developing a knowledge base on human information processing capabilities and formulating humancentered system design alternatives.  ...  With this in mind, there is a need to describe methods for improving real, complex system design based on human information processing capacity and to document successes and failures in the application  ...  Both articles are intended to provide interface design guidance to optimize the flow of information between humans and machine systems and to improve overall systems performance.  ... 
doi:10.1002/1520-6564(200023)10:4<363::aid-hfm1>3.0.co;2-i fatcat:nrzkwjgjwrha5hutditzpjgxry

Cognitive Mimetics for Designing Intelligent Technologies

Tuomo Kujala, Pertti Saariluoma
2018 Advances in Human-Computer Interaction  
In robotics, the sensory-motor systems of humans and animals are a source of design solutions.  ...  At the highest level, we introduce the concept of cognitive mimetics, in which the source for imitation is human information processing.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors want to thank Rebekah Rousi for proofreading the article. The work was partly funded by DIMECC D4Value project.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/9215863 fatcat:fz7osub64fbw7bjsryarscyhne

Empirical Evaluation of Complex System Interfaces for Power Plant Control Room Using Human Work Interaction Design Framework [chapter]

Anant Bhaskar Garg, K. K. Govil
2013 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The focus is to analyze work settings with the help of cognitive work analysis and human work interaction design approaches.  ...  The case of power plant control room is discussed and analyzed in the context of human system interactions, work and task analysis.  ...  Torkil for helpful in writing and completing the paper. Also thankful to Dr. S. J. Chopra, Chancellor, and Dr. Parag Diwan, Vice-Chancellor, UPES for their encouragement and support.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41145-8_8 fatcat:lcbvvq4hmfczlbznf37r2hwgxm

Human Cognitive Bias Identification for Generating Safety Requirements in Safety Critical Systems

2020 International journal of recent technology and engineering  
biases and generates safety requirements during the initial phase of system Design.  ...  This proposed method, analyses the design of safety critical systems from a human factors perspective.  ...  This proposed method engages a systematic way of analyzing and extracting potential cognitive biases based on how human/operators interact with the system designs.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijrte.f9598.038620 fatcat:27jx44a7kba5hiuufbqwn5zata

Does Human Cognition Allow Human Factors (HF) Certification of Advanced Aircrew Systems? [chapter]

2000 Human Factors in Certification  
However, particularly with consideration on information management, there was some consideration on the human cognition requirements for the management of the Merlin systems.  ...  In a human-machine system, the performance of tactics and strategies is enhanced by system equipment designed to aid the human to interpret information contained in the working environment and, also, to  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781482285109-23 fatcat:yjtxkar5ancxfashnfvdos3ska

Two Human-Centered Approaches to Health Informatics: Cognitive Systems Engineering and Usability [chapter]

Tania Xiao, Wendy Broxham, Cara Stitzlein, Jasmine Croll, Penelope Sanderson
2010 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
There is growing recognition among many healthcare researchers that a human-centered approach to the design and evaluation of health information systems is vital for the success of such systems in healthcare  ...  We briefly consider the origins and contributions of the two research communities and then discuss the similarities and differences between them on several topics relevant to health information systems  ...  Acknowledgments We gratefully acknowledge substantial input and assistance from members of the National Information and Communication Technology Australia (NICTA) Cognitive and Organisational Systems Engineering  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-15515-4_3 fatcat:6vbhmdu3gjbwlhofi6pjjv6jxu

A modular cognitive model of socially embedded robot partners for information support

Jinseok Woo, János Botzheim, Naoyuki Kubota
2017 ROBOMECH Journal  
The purpose of this research is the development of a robot partner system based on modular cognitive model for human support.  ...  In order to implement information support of daily life to human, smooth human-robot interaction is needed.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank to Chiaki Kasuya for her help in conducting experiments. Competing interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40648-017-0079-1 fatcat:qgsffp7p6nauniq4gywr5wes44

Integrating Cognitive Analyses into a Large Scale System Design Process

Ann M. Bisantz, Emilie Roth, Bart Brickman, Laura Lin Gosbee, Larry Hettinger, James McKinney
2001 Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting  
Influencing complex system designs in ways cognizant of human-system integration principles requires work products that are timely and tightly coupled to other elements of the system design process.  ...  This paper describes an approach for integrating cognitive analysis in the early stages of design of a new, large scale system --a next generation US Navy Surface combatant.  ...  The focus of cognitive engineering methods is on the identification of system and task demands that pose complexities for agents (human or automated) operating the system, and posing design solutions (  ... 
doi:10.1177/154193120104500436 fatcat:ysu5akgm4vh7nptxgnewtrmxvi

Neo-Symbiosis

Douglas Griffith, Frank L. Greitzer
2007 International Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural Intelligence  
Licklider nearly a half-century ago and to argue for the relevance of this vision to the field of cognitive informatics.  ...  We offer some initial thoughts on requirements to define functionality of neo-symbiotic systems and discuss research challenges associated with their development and evaluation.  ...  Emphasis on human cognitive processes, and on the need to regard the human-machine system as a joint cognitive system, represented a further refinement that has been called cognitive systems engineering  ... 
doi:10.4018/jcini.2007010103 fatcat:mucjdeulmjdavin5eoth2kdb2i

Interface design for health care environments: the role of cognitive science

V L Patel, A W Kushniruk
1998 Proceedings. AMIA Symposium  
It is argued that user interfaces must be designed with consideration of the information requirements, cognitive capabilities and limitations of the end users.  ...  In this paper we consider a number of aspects of interface design related to the study of human-computer interaction from a cognitive perspective.  ...  The writing of this paper was supported in part by a grant from the Medical Research Council of Canada to Vimla Patel (MRC MT-13439) and in part by National Information Infrastructure contract NO1-LM-6  ... 
pmid:9929179 pmcid:PMC2232103 fatcat:kd3fevkwszffnj3qg3qvagzqce

Informing immersive learning design research and practice from the epistemology of the Santiago School of Cognition

Claudio Aguayo, Marcos Steagall
2021 Link Symposium Abstracts 2020  
Autopoiesis, cognition and enaction at the basis of human lived experience are some of the fundamental concepts and principles coming from the epistemology of the Santiago school that can inform and guide  ...  In other words, the very process of life in living systems is a process of cognition.  ...  Creative practice, Human experience, Immersive design, Santiago School of Cognition, User-centred design Informing immersive learning design research and practice from the epistemology of the Santiago  ... 
doi:10.24135/link2021.v2i1.70 fatcat:53ufscrrjfawler3qmpucia4te

Designing a knowledge management system for distributed activities: a human centered approach

Susan Rinkus, Kathy A Johnson-Throop, Jiajie Zhang
2003 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
In this study we use the principles of distributed cognition and the methodology of human-centered distributed information design to analyze a complex distributed human-computer system, identify its problems  ...  We argue that a distributed human-computer information system has unique properties, structures and processes that are best described in the language of distributed cognition.  ...  The study of human-computer interaction (HCI) has made significant c ontributions to the designing of information systems, however, the primary focus has been on the design of the interfaces between systems  ... 
pmid:14728235 pmcid:PMC1479896 fatcat:3mwa3r2z4vcr3dslbpyotxblr4

Theoretical Framework of Computer Cognition for Use in Urban Design Process

Marko Lazić, Ana Perišić, Predrag Šidjanin
2015 South East European Journal of Architecture and Design  
First, the development of computer systems used in architecture and urban design has been examined with the emphasis that one of the most important representations of urban systems is based on the cognitive  ...  AIM: The purpose of this paper is to highlight a new paradigm in the urban design practice, assigning a possible role to computer cognition in architecture.MATERIAL AND METHODS: Computer cognition is a  ...  As a cognitive approach to urban design, this research is based on the theory of urban design and the theory of computer cognition.  ... 
doi:10.3889/seejad.2015.10010 fatcat:2dt5t3llcbaa3jcx5auc4ex7ey

Cognitive Interface System Design usability testing

D'oria Islamiah Rosli, Rose Alinda Alias, Azizah Abdul Rahman
2013 2013 International Conference on Research and Innovation in Information Systems (ICRIIS)  
Lack of human cognitive criteria incorporated in Interface System Design (ISD) may affect user's performance in system control.  ...  To date, in order to enhance human performance in using the system it is hope that by filling the gaps with the Cognitive ISD criteria in the system design will help users to increase the ease of use of  ...  As a consequence of incorporating the ISD Cognitive criteria into the system design, we hope that we can always improve ISD which include human cognitive criteria into the system design.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icriis.2013.6716734 fatcat:fxqnay27ivfadgqihaxkxmbwnm
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 704,081 results