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The Development of a Computer-Aided Cognitive Systems Engineering Tool to Facilitate the Design of Advanced Decision Support Systems
Final rept. Apr 1998-Apr 2000
LOGICA CARNEGIE GROUP PITTSBURGH PA
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The Computer-Assisted Cognitive Systems Engineering CACSE toolkit provides a methodology and associated software to facilitate the use of human factorswarfighter operational performance requirements data in the design of complex man-machine systems, such as those found in military C4I applications. Specifically, CACSB provides a Cognitive Task Analysis approach and associated documentation of the design thread from operator information processing and decision-making requirements to the information visualizations needed to support these functions. Thus, CACSE will help bridge the gap between the human factors community and the software engineering community for inserting decision support systems in a wide variety of operational domains.
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