Personalised Task Representation.
ADMIRALTY MARINE TECHNOLOGY ESTABLISHMENT TEDDINGTON (ENGLAND)
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Personalised Task Representation is a system of task analysis that is being developed at AMTEAPU. A worked example of the current PTR system is demonstrated and its rationale and relationship to the more traditional forms of task analysis are discussed. The most important difference between PTR and these other forms of analysis is that it provides the means to take account of the reasons for, and the contexts of, task activities as well as the task activities themselves. PTR thus emphasises the experiential as well as the behavioural components of the task. It is suggested that PTR has the potential to cope with tasks having a high non-procedural content, eg tactical decision making, where other forms of task analysis break down. Author
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