Requirements Analysis for Human System Information Exchange
The performance of any complex system depends on the effective interaction between all its constituent components. Thus, it follows that if we are to define requirements for performance in order to produce effective designs, then we must understand the nature of the interaction between the human and machine components. In this paper the issue of information transfer between the machine and human is considered in the context of air traffic control.
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