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The Resource Cognitive work analysis : applications, extensions and future directions, [edited by] Neville A. Stanton, Paul M. Salmon, Guy H. Walker, and Daniel P. Jenkins

Cognitive work analysis : applications, extensions and future directions, [edited by] Neville A. Stanton, Paul M. Salmon, Guy H. Walker, and Daniel P. Jenkins

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Cognitive work analysis : applications, extensions and future directions
Title
Cognitive work analysis
Title remainder
applications, extensions and future directions
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Neville A. Stanton, Paul M. Salmon, Guy H. Walker, and Daniel P. Jenkins
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Language
eng
Summary
Over the past decade, Cognitive Work Analysis (CWA) has been one of the popular human factors approaches for complex systems evaluation and design applications. This is reflected by a diverse range of applications across safety critical domains. The book brings together a series of CWA applications and discussions from world-leading human factors researchers and practitioners. It begins with an overview of the CWA framework, including its theoretical underpinnings, the methodological approaches involved (including practical guidance on each phase), and previous applications of the framework. The core of the book is a series of CWA applications, undertaken in a wide range of safety critical domains for a range of purposes. These serve to demonstrate the contribution that CWA can make to real-world projects and provide readers with inspiration for how such analyses can be practically carried out. Following this, a series of applications in which new approaches or adaptations have been added to the framework are presented. These show how practical applications feedback into the theories/approaches underpinning CWA. The closing chapter then speculates on future applications of the framework and on a series of new research directions required in order to enhance its utility. In emphasising the practical realities of performing CWA, and the real-world impacts it can provide, the book tackles several common misconceptions in a constructive and persuasive way. It provides a welcome demonstration of how CWA can be a powerful ally in tackling complexity-related problems that afflict systems in all areas
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Cognitive work analysis (Boca Raton, Fla.)
Dewey number
620.8/2
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1960-
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  • Stanton, Neville A.
  • Salmon, Paul M.,
  • Walker, Guy,
  • Jenkins, Daniel P.,
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  • Human-machine systems
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Work environment
  • Cognitive psychology
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Cognitive work analysis : applications, extensions and future directions, [edited by] Neville A. Stanton, Paul M. Salmon, Guy H. Walker, and Daniel P. Jenkins
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover ; Half Title ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Contents ; Preface ; Editors ; Contributors ; Recommended Further Reading on Cognitive Work Analysis ; Section I: Overview of Cognitive Work Analysis
  • Chapter 1: Application of Cognitive Work Analysis to System Analysis and Design Section II: Requirements Specification ; Chapter 2: Specifying System Requirements Using Cognitive Work Analysis ; Chapter 3: Using the Abstraction Hierarchy to Create More Innovative Specifications
  • Chapter 4: Using the Decision Ladder to Reach Interface Requirements Chapter 5: From Cognitive Work Analysis to Software Engineering ; Section III: Analysis of Sociotechnical Systems ; Chapter 6: Work Domain Analysis of Power Grid Operations
  • Chapter 7: How a Submarine Returns to Periscope Depth Chapter 8: Cognitive Work Analysis: Lens on Work ; Chapter 9: Exploring the Constraints of Modal Shift to Rail Transport ; Chapter 10: Conducting Cognitive Work Analysis with an Experiment in Mind ; Section IV: Design and Evaluation
  • Chapter 11: The Cognitive Work Analysis Design Toolkit Chapter 12: Cognitive Work Analysis for Systems Analysis and Redesign: Rail Level Crossings Case Study ; Chapter 13: Work Domain Analysis Applications in Urban Planning: Active Transport Infrastructure and Urban Corridors
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ocn992167430
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9781315572536
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unknown
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Taylor & Francis
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)992167430
Label
Cognitive work analysis : applications, extensions and future directions, [edited by] Neville A. Stanton, Paul M. Salmon, Guy H. Walker, and Daniel P. Jenkins
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover ; Half Title ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Contents ; Preface ; Editors ; Contributors ; Recommended Further Reading on Cognitive Work Analysis ; Section I: Overview of Cognitive Work Analysis
  • Chapter 1: Application of Cognitive Work Analysis to System Analysis and Design Section II: Requirements Specification ; Chapter 2: Specifying System Requirements Using Cognitive Work Analysis ; Chapter 3: Using the Abstraction Hierarchy to Create More Innovative Specifications
  • Chapter 4: Using the Decision Ladder to Reach Interface Requirements Chapter 5: From Cognitive Work Analysis to Software Engineering ; Section III: Analysis of Sociotechnical Systems ; Chapter 6: Work Domain Analysis of Power Grid Operations
  • Chapter 7: How a Submarine Returns to Periscope Depth Chapter 8: Cognitive Work Analysis: Lens on Work ; Chapter 9: Exploring the Constraints of Modal Shift to Rail Transport ; Chapter 10: Conducting Cognitive Work Analysis with an Experiment in Mind ; Section IV: Design and Evaluation
  • Chapter 11: The Cognitive Work Analysis Design Toolkit Chapter 12: Cognitive Work Analysis for Systems Analysis and Redesign: Rail Level Crossings Case Study ; Chapter 13: Work Domain Analysis Applications in Urban Planning: Active Transport Infrastructure and Urban Corridors
Control code
ocn992167430
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781315572536
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)992167430

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