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111 2  International Conference on Engineering Psychology and 
       Cognitive Ergonomics|0
       n97048611|n(8th :|d2009 :|cSan Diego, Calif.) 
245 10 Engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics :|b8th 
       international conference, EPCE 2009, held as part of HCI 
       International 2009, San Diego, CA, USA, July 19-24, 2009 :
       proceedings /|cDon Harris (ed.). 
246 3  EPCE 2009 
264  1 Berlin ;|aNew York :|bSpringer,|c2009. 
300    1 online resource (xx, 627 pages) :|billustrations. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
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490 1  Lecture notes in computer science,|x0302-9743 ;|v5639.
       |aLecture notes in artificial intelligence 
490 1  LNCS sublibrary: SL 7 - Artificial intelligence 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Cognitive Approaches in HCI Design -- Towards Cognitive-
       Aware Multimodal Presentation: The Modality Effects in 
       High-Load HCI -- Supporting Situation Awareness in 
       Demanding Operating Environments through Wearable User 
       Interfaces -- Development of a Technique for Predicting 
       the Human Response to an Emergency Situation -- A Dynamic 
       Task Representation Method for a Virtual Reality 
       Application -- An Investigation of Function Based Design 
       Considering Affordances in Conceptual Design of Mechanical
       Movement -- CWE: Assistance Environment for the Evaluation
       Operating a Set of Variations of the Cognitive Walkthrough
       Ergonomic Inspection Method -- The Use of Multimodal 
       Representation in Icon Interpretation -- Beyond Emoticons:
       Combining Affect and Cognition in Icon Design -- Agency 
       Attribution in Human-Computer Interaction -- Human-UAV Co-
       operation Based on Artificial Cognition -- Development of 
       an Evaluation Method for Office Work Productivity -- 
       Supporting Cognitive Collage Creation for Pedestrian 
       Navigation -- Development of a Novel Platform for Greater 
       Situational Awareness in the Urban Military Terrain -- The
       User Knows: Considering the Cognitive Contribution of the 
       User in the Design of Auditory Warnings -- Interaction and
       Cognition -- The Influence of Gender and Age on the Visual
       Codes Working Memory and the Display Duration -- A Case 
       Study of Fencers -- Comparison of Mobile Device Navigation
       Information Display Alternatives from the Cognitive Load 
       Perspective -- Visual Complexity: Is That All There Is? --
       Operational Decision Making in Aluminium Smelters -- 
       Designers of Different Cognitive Styles Editing E-Learning
       Materials Studied by Monitoring Physiological and Other 
       Data Simultaneously -- Analyzing Control-Display Movement 
       Compatibility: A Neuroimaging Study -- Graphics and 
       Semantics: The Relationship between What Is Seen and What 
       Is Meant in Icon Design -- The Effect of Object Features 
       on Multiple Object Tracking and Identification -- 
       Organizing Smart Networks and Humans into Augmented Teams 
       -- Quantitative Evaluation of Mental Workload by Using 
       Model of Involuntary Eye Movement -- Spatial Tasks on a 
       Large, High-Resolution Tiled Display: Females Mentally 
       Rotate Large Objects Faster Than Men -- Neurocognitive 
       Workload Assessment Using the Virtual Reality Cognitive 
       Performance Assessment Test -- Sensing Directionality in 
       Tangential Haptic Stimulation -- Effects of Design 
       Elements in Magazine Advertisements -- The Influence of 
       Shared-Representation on Shared Mental Models in Virtual 
       Teams -- Harnessing the Power of Multiple Tools to Predict
       and Mitigate Mental Overload -- Acceptance of E-Invoicing 
       in SMEs -- Mental Models in Process Visualization -- Could
       They Indicate the Effectiveness of an Operator's Training?
       -- Effects of Report Order on Identification on 
       Multidimensional Stimulus: Color and Shape -- Confidence 
       Bias in Situation Awareness -- Tactical Reconnaissance 
       Using Groups of Partly Autonomous UGVs -- Driving Safety 
       and Support -- Use of High-Fidelity Simulation to Evaluate
       Driver Performance with Vehicle Automation Systems -- 
       Applying the "Team Player" Approach on Car Design -- New 
       HMI Concept for Motorcycles-The Saferider Approach -- 
       Night Vision -- Reduced Driver Distraction, Improved 
       Safety and Satisfaction -- Measurement of Depth Attention 
       of Driver in Frontal Scene -- Understanding the Opinion 
       Forming Processes of Experts and Customers During 
       Evaluations of Automotive Sounds -- HR Changes in Driving 
       Scenes with Danger and Difficulties Using Driving 
       Simulator -- Driver Measurement: Methods and Applications 
       -- The Assessment of Driver's Arousal States from the 
       Classification of Eye-Blink Patterns -- Guiding a Driver's
       Visual Attention Using Graphical and Auditory Animations -
       - Fundamental Study for Relationship between Cognitive 
       Task and Brain Activity During Car Driving -- A Study on a
       Method to Call Drivers' Attention to Hazard -- An Analysis
       of Saccadic Eye Movements and Facial Images for Assessing 
       Vigilance Levels During Simulated Driving -- Implementing 
       Human Factors within the Design Process of Advanced Driver
       Assistance Systems (ADAS) -- A Survey Study of Chinese 
       Drivers' Inconsistent Risk Perception -- Design for Smart 
       Driving: A Tale of Two Interfaces -- Aviation and 
       Transport -- Supervision of Autonomous Vehicles: Mutual 
       Modeling and Interaction Management -- Conflicts in Human 
       Operator -- Unmanned Vehicles Interactions -- Ergonomic 
       Analysis of Different Computer Tools to Support the German
       Air Traffic Controllers -- Behavior Model Based 
       Recognition of Critical Pilot Workload as Trigger for 
       Cognitive Operator Assistance -- A Design and Training 
       Agenda for the Next Generation of Commercial Aircraft 
       Flight Deck -- Future Ability Requirements for Human 
       Operators in Aviation -- The Application of Human Error 
       Template (HET) for Redesigning Standard Operational 
       Procedures in Aviation Operations -- Effect of Aircraft 
       Datablock Complexity and Exposure Time on Performance of 
       Change Detection Task -- A Regulatory-Based Approach to 
       Safety Analysis of Unmanned Aircraft Systems -- Using 
       Acoustic Sensor Technologies to Create a More Terrain 
       Capable Unmanned Ground Vehicle -- Critical Interaction 
       Analysis in the Flight Deck -- Understanding the Impact of
       Rail Automation -- Cognitive Workload as a Predictor of 
       Student Pilot Performance -- Direct Perception Displays 
       for Military Radar-Based Air Surveillance -- A Selection 
       of Human Factors Tools: Measuring HCI Aspects of Flight 
       Deck Technologies. 
520    This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th 
       International Conference on Engineering Psychology and 
       Cognitive Ergonomics, EPCE 2009, held in San Diego, CA, 
       USA, in July 2009, within the framework of the 13th 
       International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 
       HCII 2009, together with 10 other thematically similar 
       conferences. The 66 revised papers presented were 
       carefully reviewed and selected from numerous submissions.
       The book has been split into the following four topical 
       sections: cognitive approaches in HCI design, interaction 
       and cognition, driving safety and support, and aviation 
       and transport. 
588 0  Print version record. 
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650  0 Human-computer interaction|vCongresses.|0
655  4 Electronic books. 
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700 1  Harris, Don,|d1961-|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|aInternational Conference on Engineering 
       Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics (8th : 2009 : San 
       Diego, CA).|tEngineering psychology and cognitive 
       ergonomics.|dBerlin : Springer, 2009|z9783642027277
830  0 Lecture notes in computer science ;|0
830  0 Lecture notes in computer science.|pLecture notes in 
       artificial intelligence.|0
830  0 LNCS sublibrary.|nSL 7,|pArtificial intelligence.|0http:// 
912    .b15345087JOHNC 
990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2009 -
       Full Set|c2018-10-31|yNew collection 
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