Collaborative Technologies and their Effect on Operator Workload in BMC2 Domains
Final rept. Aug 2006-Jun 2007
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA ORLANDO INST FOR SIMULATION AND TRAINING
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A primary goal of this project is to understand how introduction of collaborative technologies affects performance and workload associated with C2 tasks. Accomplishing this goal requires multidimensional measurement of workload and analysis of the associations and dissociations that occur between workload and task performance Matthews, 2001 ODonnell Eggemeier, 1986. Each methodology performance, physiological measurement, and subjective response offers a separate vista through which the interaction of workload and human performance can be viewed and therefore provide a more comprehensive and accurate assessment. We intend to transfer the techniques and developed methodologies derived for the measurement of the response of the individual to a companion method aimed at providing a comprehensive analysis of the operational context.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations
- Computer Systems
- Information Science