Tag: design

  • Consider the Source

    Consider the Source

    #amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone As a human factors professional, minimizing error and adverse effects on system components must be considered when designing integrated processes or program parameters to improve the error and limitations of decision trees as well as other machine-learning algorithms and analyses. “Sometimes in high-workload situations, with high time pressure, concurrent performance is simply impossible,…

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  • Natural Language

    Natural Language

    #amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone A constant influx of information does not allow for a mind to enter a state of high neuroplasticity at a low-level cognitive load which results in a new problem for the brain to solve. If viewed from a Darwinian perspective, problem-solving falls to natural selection as evolutionary processes maintain the balance of chaos…

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  • “The Brain is Wider than the Sky”

    “The Brain is Wider than the Sky”

    #amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone “The brain is wider than the sky, For, put them side by side, The one the other will include With ease, and you beside. The brain is deeper than the sea, For, hold them, blue to blue, The one the other will absorb, As sponges, buckets do. The brain is just the weight…

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  • Encourage Confidence and Reduce Confusion

    Encourage Confidence and Reduce Confusion

    #amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone Ambiguity is a result of the detachment between human processing and responses that lead to original thought; however, it is in this ambiguity that meta-comprehension, or a person’s metacognitive ability to judge their own understanding and subsequent learning (Míguez-Álvarez et. al., 2021), by which prior knowledge manipulated by the working memory as discussed…

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  • Discombobulated Displays

    Discombobulated Displays

    #amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone Digital control stations such as airliner cockpits, power stations, and intensive care units must manage large amounts of data. Excessive display information can be distracting and even disorienting for users ultimately nullifying the human-machine interface (HMI). Without effective working memory triggers placed in locations congruent to methods of loci based on personality types,…

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