Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Developing a library of display effects on pilot performance: Methods, meta-analyses, and performance estimates
by Salud, Ellen, M.S., San Jose State University, 2013, 172; 1547139
Abstract (Summary)

The design of NextGen and current-day cockpit displays are critical for efficient pilot performance and situation awareness on the flight deck. Before deployment of a design into the cockpit the costs and benefits that a display design imposes on performance and situation awareness should be considered. In this thesis, a design tool was developed to support the design of NextGen displays for situation awareness and performance. This design tool is a library of pilot performance estimates. Through literature reviews and meta-analyses of empirical data, the library was developed to provide display designers 1) qualitative distinctions of display properties that either support or limit full situation awareness, and 2) quantitative performance time estimates until situation awareness as a function of various display formats. A systematic method was also developed for future augmentation of the library.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Jordan, Kevin
Commitee: Laraway, Sean, Wickens, Christopher
School: San Jose State University
Department: Industrial and Systems Engineering
School Location: United States -- California
Source: MAI 52/03M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Aerospace engineering, Operations research
Keywords: Aviation, Display design, Human factors, NextGen, Pilot performance, Situation awareness
Publication Number: 1547139
ISBN: 978-1-303-48015-7
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