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The Application of Work Domain Analysis for the Development of Vehicle Control Display
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The Application of Work Domain Analysis for the Development of Vehicle Control Display
Nam, Taek-Su; Myung, Ro-Hae; Hong, Seung-Kweon;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to apply WDA (Work Domain Analysis) for the development of EID (Ecological Interface Design) of vehicle control display. At first, a work domain model on the automobile operation was developed using the AH (Abstraction Hierarchy) which is one of WDA tools. Secondly, information requirements that should be included in vehicle control displays were extracted on the basis of the completed model. The vehicle control information that typical automobiles interface displays currently provide occurred on the low level of the work domain model. This implies that current control displays impose too heavy cognitive workload on automobile drivers. Information requirements that can be included new vehicle control display are also discovered in the high level of the work domain model. The detailed information for EID was not proposed in this study. In the further study, the development of vehicle control display will be deeply conducted, using the results of this study.
 Keywords
Ecological Interface Design (EID);Work Domain Analysis (WDA);Information Requirements;
 Language
Korean
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