Augmented Cognition - Phase 4 Cognitive Assessment and Task Management (CAT-M)
Final rept. Sep 2006-Dec 2008
DAIMLER-CHRYSLER CORP AUBURN HILLS MI
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Cognitive Assessment and Task Management CAT-M continued to focus on pushing the cutting edge of cognitive-based systems. The work conducted was a continuation of the Augmented Cognition Phase 4 program that has been successfully executed under the direction of the ONR. Initially, the Augmented Cognition program has focused on cognitive overload situations. Looking towards a complete solution for Augmented Cognition, another situation required the understanding of the concept of task underload. Together, the measure of overload and underload, allow us a complete measure of operator vigilance. When fully recognized, optimal vigilance will minimizes the impact of under-loaded personnel while maximizing the task loading that personnel can successfully execute.
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