Task Complexity as a Factor for Human Reliability Assessment
Context or Performance Shaping Factors are important elements of Human Reliability Assessment methods. This paper describes an approach to task complexity for process control, describes the concept as a context factor for human reliability, and report example of results on task complexity from a simulator experiment on human performance in accident operation.
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