Advanced Video Activity Analytics (AVAA): Human Performance Model Report
Technical Report,01 Apr 2015,01 Jun 2016
US Army Research Laboratory Aberdeen Proving Ground United States
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This report describes the initial human performance modeling effort of the Advanced Video Activity Analytics AVAA system. AVAA was designed to help US Army Intelligence Analysts exploit full-motion video more efficiently and effectively. The goal of the modeling effort is to provide an understanding of the current state of the system with respect to the impact on human performance and workload and the predicted impact of enhanced computer vision algorithms on overall system performance e.g., throughput, operator workload in the context of realistic missions. Modelers used Command, Control, and Communications Techniques for Reliable Assessment of Concept Execution C3TRACE to develop task network models for forensic and real-time intelligence gathering. Data from future field experiments can be incorporated into the basic modeling environment to validate and extend the preliminary results. This human performance modeling effort was conducted as part of a larger human systems integration effort to evaluate the usability and effectiveness of AVAA.
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