Workshop on Research and Development in Naval Human-Computer Interactive Systems.
Memorandum rept. Oct 85-Oct 86,
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC
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An overview of these sessions indicated that a there is an under-emphasis on science within the laboratories in other words, the Navy is failing to provide a basis for developing HCI systems b there is insufficient attention given to interactive aspects in HCI systems that is, many Navy systems access, display, or store data rather than allow the user to manipulate, compute or analyze information c there are too few opportunities for formal test and evaluation of component design alternatives during development and d many Navy HCI groupd are isolated therefore, an annual workshop would useful for sharing knowledge and fostering presentations on state-of-the-art research.
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods