In 2000, the Conference on Automation joined forces with a partner group on situation awareness (SA). The rising complexity of systems demands that one can be aware of a large range of environmental and task-based stimulation in order to match what is done with what has to be done. Thus, SA and automation-based interaction fall naturally together and this conference is the second embodiment of this union. Moving into the 21st century, further diversification of the applications of automation will continue--for example, the revolution in genetic technology. Given the broad nature of this form of human-machine interaction, it is vital to apply past lessons to map a future for the symbiotic relationship between humans and the artifacts they create. It is as part of this ongoing endeavor that the present volume is offered.

part |31 pages

Conference Keynote Address

chapter |31 pages

Où sont les neiges d'antan?1

ByNeville Moray, Thomas B. Sheridan

part |140 pages

Situation Awareness

chapter |6 pages

Situation Awareness

An Actor Network Theory Perspective
ByAnthony J. Masys

chapter |5 pages

Situation Awareness in Military Command and Control (C4I) Systems

The Development of a Tool to Measure Sa in C4I Systems and Battlefield Environments. Stage 1: Sa Methods Review
ByPaul Salmon, Neville Stanton, Guy Walker, Damian Green

chapter |7 pages

Intention-Represented Ecological Interface Design for Supporting Collaboration with Automation

Situation Awareness and Control in Inexperienced Scenarios
ByHiroshi Furukawa, Hiroyuki Nakatani, Toshiyuki Inagaki

chapter |5 pages

Integrating Sagat Into Human Performance Models

ByChristopher C. Plott, Mica R. Endsley, Laura D. Strater

chapter |5 pages

Spatial Audio Display Concepts Supporting Situation Awareness for Operators of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

ByBrian D. Simpson, Robert S. Bolia, Mark H. Draper

chapter |6 pages

Cockpit System Situational Awareness Modeling Tool

ByJohn Keller, Christian Lebiere, Capt. Rick Shay, Kara Latorella

chapter |6 pages

Development of a Metric for Collaborative Situation Awareness

ByElizabeth R. Redden, Linda R. Elliott, Daniel D. Turner, Cynthia L. Blackwell

chapter |5 pages

Measuring and Predicting Sa in C4i

Development and Testing of a Refined Sa Measurement Technique, and a New Concept for Sa Prediction.
ByGuy H. Walker, Neville A. Stanton, Paul Salmon, Damian Green

chapter |5 pages

Toward a Theory of Agent-Based Systemic Situational Awareness

ByGuy Walker, Paul Salmon, Damian Green, Neville Stanton, Chris Baber

chapter |5 pages

Dynamic Monitoring of Traffic Flow

The Driver's Situation Awareness
ByXianjun Sam Zheng, George W. McConkie, Yu-chi Tai

chapter |4 pages

Situational Awareness and Usability with an Automated Task Management System

ByJames A. Pharmer, Melissa D. Weaver

chapter |6 pages

The Global Implicit Measure (GIM)

Concept and Experience
ByRobert L. Shaw, Bart J. Brickman, Lawrence J. Hettinger

chapter |4 pages

Long-Cycle, Distributed Situation Awareness and the Avoidance of Disasters

ByCarys Siemieniuch, Murray Sinclair

chapter |5 pages

Applying Situation Awareness Theory to Observer/Trainers for the Joint Task Force

ByBeth Blickensderfer, Charles E. Burgdorf, John Burns

chapter |5 pages

Collaboration Tools for the Army's Future Force

ByCheryl A. Bolstad, Mica R. Endsley

chapter |7 pages

Evaluation of Tunnel Concepts for Advanced Aviation Displays

ByLawrence J. Prinzel, Lynda J. Kramer, Jarvis J. Arthur, Randall E. Bailey

chapter |6 pages

Design Concepts for Distributed Work Systems

One Brigade's Approach to Building Team Mental Models
ByJodi Heintz Obradovich, Philip J. Smith

chapter |3 pages

Increasing Situation Awareness of Dismounted Soldiers Via Directional Cueing

ByJ. Christopher Brill, Richard D. Gilson, Mustapha Mouloua, Peter A. Hancock, Peter I. Terrence

chapter |5 pages

Assessing the Impact of a New Air Traffic Control Instruction on Flight Crew Activity

ByCarine Hébraud, Nayen Pène, Laurence Rognin, Eric Hoffman, Karim Zeghal

chapter |5 pages

Accommodating Nas User Goals and Constraints

Choreographed Responses to Weather Events at Arrival Airports
ByPhilip J. Smith, Amy L. Spencer, Steve Caisse, Carla Beck, Tony Andre, Jimmy Krozel, Goli Davidson

chapter |7 pages

Evaluation of an Onboard Taxi Guidance System

ByJörn Jakobi, Bernd Lorenz, Marcus Biella

chapter |2 pages

Why System-Integration Training Matters in Network Centric Operations

ByBrooke B. Schaab, J. Douglas Dressel

chapter |6 pages

Measuring Simulation Fidelity

A Conceptual Study
ByDahai Liu, Dennis A. Vincenzi

chapter |6 pages

Human Factors and Situational Awareness Issues in Fratricidal Air-to-Ground Attacks

ByMalcolm James Cook, Helen S.E. Thompson, Corinne S.G. Adams, Carol S. Angus, Gwen Hughes, Derek Carson

part |47 pages

Air Traffic Control

chapter |7 pages

An Interpolation Method for Rating Severity of Runway Incursions

ByThomas B. Sheridan

chapter |4 pages

Air Traffic Controller Performance

Constructs and Concepts Can Be Confusing
ByEarl S. Stein

chapter |5 pages

Use of Decision Support Tools to Assist Atc Traffic Management Coordinators in Airport Surface Management

ByAmy Spencer, Philip J. Smith, Charles E. Billings

chapter |6 pages

On the Use of Transparent Rear Projection Screens to Reduce Head-Down Time in the Air-Traffic Control Tower

ByNorbert Fürstenau, Michael Rudolph, Markus Schmidt, Bernd Lorenz, Thorsten Albrecht

chapter |6 pages

Implementing Voice and Datalink Commands Under Task Interference During Simulated Flight

ByMatthew R. Risser, Mark W. Scerbo, Carryl L. Baldwin, Danielle S. McNamara

chapter |7 pages

Toward a Non-Linear Approach to Modeling Air Traffic Complexity

ByBrian Hilburn, Geraldine Flynn

part |44 pages

Stress, Workload and Fatigue

chapter |6 pages

Pilot Workload Prediction

Number of Display Elements (Nudes) as a Predictor
ByHarrie G.M. Bohnen, Antoine J.C. de Reus

chapter |5 pages

Measurement of Stress and Mental Activity Among Maritime Crew Members

ByThomas Koester, Peter K. Sørensen

chapter |4 pages

The Peacekeeper

How the Role of the Modern Soldier Has Changed and How that Affects Workload
ByMark E. Koltko-Rivera, P. A. Hancock, Joseph Dalton, H. C. Neil Ganey, Lauren M. Murphy

chapter |5 pages

Moderating Effects of Team Role on Workload Demands of Teams

ByJanie A. DeJoode, Olena Connor, Nancy J. Cooke

chapter |5 pages

Using a Chat Interface as an Embedded Secondary Tasking Tool

ByM.L. Cummings, Stephanie Guerlain

chapter |4 pages

Affect as an Aspect of Workload

Why and How to Address Affect in Automation and Simulation Studies
ByH. C. Neil Ganey, Lauren M. Murphy, Joseph Dalton, Mark E. Koltko-Rivera, P. A. Hancock

chapter |5 pages

Toward the Perfect Operation of Complex Systems

ByMichael Schrauf, Wilhelm Kincses, Dylan Schmorrow, Colby Raley

chapter |5 pages

Demand Transitions in Vigilance

Effects on Performance Efficiency and Stress
ByWilliam S. Helton, Tyler H. Shaw, Joel S. Warm, Gerald Matthews, William N. Dember, Peter A. Hancock

part |32 pages

Decision Making

chapter |5 pages

Decision Quality and Mission Effectiveness in a Simulated Command & Control Environment

ByScott M. Galster, Robert S. Bolia

chapter |5 pages

From Chess to Chancellorsville

Measuring Decision Quality in Military Commanders
ByRobert S. Bolia, W. Todd Nelson, Michael A. Vidulich, Robert M. Taylor

chapter |5 pages

Methodologies for Evaluating Decision Quality

ByP. Clark, S. Banbury, D. Richards, B. Dickson

chapter |4 pages

Characterizing Decision Making in Network-Centric Command and Control Applications

Implications of Psychological Research
ByW. Todd Nelson, Robert S. Bolia, Michael A. Vidulich

chapter |7 pages

The Investigation of Decision Errors in Aviation Mishaps by Applying the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (Hfacs)

ByWen-Chin Li, Tony Head, Fuh-Eau Wu, Szu-Yi Chen, Chung-San Yu

chapter |5 pages

Decision Support for Decision Superiority

Control Strategies for Multiple UAVS
ByThomas Hope, Richard Marston, Dale Richards

part |29 pages

Driver Performance and Distraction

chapter |6 pages

Assessing the Effects of Driver Sleepiness on Driving Performance using Combined Electrophysiological Monitoring and Real-time Computerized Driving Simulation

Normative Daytime Circadian Data
ByHenry J. Moller, Leonid Kayumov, Eric L. Bulmash, Colin M. Shapiro

chapter |5 pages

Cross-Cultural Analysis of Navigational Strategy

Further Implications for Irans Design
ByEllen M. Carpenter, Carryl L. Baldwin, Hiroshi Furukawa

chapter |5 pages

Aging and Driving Part I

Implications of Perceptual and Physical Changes
ByJanan Al-Awar Smither, Mustapha Mouloua, Peter Hancock, Jacqueline Duley, Richard Adams, Kara Latorella

chapter |4 pages

Aging and Driving II

Implications of Cognitive Changes
ByMustapha Mouloua, Janan Smither, Peter Hancock, Jacqueline Duley, Richard Adams, Kara Latorella