User Modeling and Information Presentation for Naval Tactical Picture Agents.
Final technical rept. 1 Jun 95-31 May 96,
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV LAUREL MD APPLIED PHYSICS LAB
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The scientific tasks that were to be performed in this research project comprised a set of observational studies and a series of experiments. During the first year, observational studies were to focus on experienced naval tactical decision makers at sea and in the laboratory. We planned to make observations in conjunction with the at-sea evaluation of The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratorys JHUAPL continuing series of operational prototypes for tactical information presentation systems Buscher and Sunday, 1990 Grant, 1990 and with the laboratory evaluation of the next generation of such systems. Observations were to concentrate on the kinds of information sought and used by tactical decision makers and, in particular, what clues can be found in their decision-making and action-taking in the operational context to support dynamic assessment of their information needs. Initial laboratory studies would follow, using the data recording capabilities of existing JHUAPL tactical information systems, to investigate how such clues might also be found in records of the specific actions users take in employing such systems.
- Information Science
- Command, Control and Communications Systems