Charles River Analytics, a developer of intelligent systems solutions, presented recent research at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES). The meeting took place take place from October 27-31, 2014, at the Hyatt Regency Chicago in Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. Jonathan Pfautz, Vice President, Cognitive Systems, was a panelist on the discussion How to tell a “Good” Cognitive Task Analysis?, part of the cognitive engineering and decision making theme. Dr. Bethany Bracken, a scientist in the Cognitive Systems division, chaired the Monitoring, Vigilance, and Performance Degradation session, part of the Human Performance Modeling theme.
Charles River also presented the following papers at the meeting:
A Prototype Toolkit for Sensing and Modeling Individual and Team State
Maps, Space-time Cubes, and Meta-Information for Under-standing Path Information: A Comparative Analysis
Supporting Procedural and Perceptual Learning in Laparoscopic Surgery
Supporting Representation Management in Intelligence Analysis through Automated Decision Aids