Gray, W. D., & Myers, C. W. (2005). From models to methods to models: Tools and techniques for using, developing, and analyzing cognitive human performance models, Symposium presented at the 49th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 1139). Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
From models to methods to models: Tools and techniques for using, developing, and analyzing cognitive human performance models
Four modelers present tools based on or for cognitive human performance modeling. Myers introduces a new statistical technique for testing the similarity of sequential behavior across conditions. This technique promises to solve what Anderson (2002) regarded as the non-determinism problem of modeling behavior at the 100-ms level of analysis. John presents a programming-by-demonstration system that creates keystroke level GOMS models in ACT-R. Her approach enables those not trained in cognitive science to build predictive models of human performance. Salvucci's work expands on John's system by applying predictive modeling techniques to in-vehicle devices. His work integrates models of device use with a rigorous model of driver behavior to predict driver distraction and performance. Finally, Gray introduces Cognitive Metrics Profiling (CMP) – a model-based approach that produces theory-based estimates of cognitive workload. CMP holds the promise of predicting transient changes in cognitive workload that occur in a dynamic task environment.Download Paper Download Endnote Citation
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