Project: CRD 00 — Human-Computer Interface Design for Petrochemical Process Control--Integrating Task- and System-based Approaches II: Interface Design and Evaluation
|Partner:||Nova Chemicals, Honeywell Technology Center, NSERC|
|Dates:||January 1998 - June 2001|
|Participants:||Jamieson, G., Vicente, K. J.|
|Description:||In Phase 2 of the project [HTC 97], we mapped the integrated information requirements into a pair of ecological interfaces. One interface (P+F) contained information exclusively from the system-based model while the other interface (P+F+T) contained information from both system- and task-based models. An iterative design approach was used in which process engineers and operators critiqued early designs. The final designs were implemented in software, connected to a full-scope industry simulator, and validated. An empirical evaluation compared operator performance on the two ecological interfaces and the contemporary interface.|
View PDF Jamieson, G.A. (2002). Ecological interface design for petrochemical process control: Integrating task- and system-based approaches. (CEL 02-01). University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
View PDF Jamieson, G.A., Reising, D.V.C., & Hajdukiewicz, J. (2001). EID design rationale project: Case study report. (CEL 01-03). University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
View PDF Jamieson, G.A., & Ho, W.H. (2001). A prototype ecological interface for a simulated petrochemical process. (CEL 01-02). University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
Jamieson, G. A., Ho, W. H., & Reising, D.V.C. (2003). "Ecological Interface Design in Practice: A Design for Petrochemical Processing Operations." In Julie Jacko and Constantine Stephanidis (Eds.), Human-Computer Interaction: Theory and Practice, Part I (pp. 133-137). Mahwah, NJ : Erlbaum.
View PDF Jamieson, G. A., "Bridging the gap between cognitive work analysis and ecological interface design," Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, pp. 273-277, 2003.
View PDF Jamieson, G. A., "Empirical evaluation of an industrial application of ecological interface design," Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, pp. 536-540, 2002.