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Angela Baskin Carpenter

Angela Baskin Carpenter
Cubic Advanced Learning Solutions · Systems Engineering

MS Human Factors and Systems

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May 2005 - August 2013
Design Interactive, Inc
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Visual search is a complex task that involves many neural pathways to identify relevant areas of interest within a scene. Humans remain a critical component in visual search tasks, as they can effectively perceive anomalies within complex scenes. However, this task can be challenging, particularly under time pressure. In order to improve visual sea...
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Visual search is a complex task that involves many neural pathways to identify relevant areas of interest within a scene. Humans remain a critical component in visual search tasks, as they can effectively perceive anomalies within complex scenes. However, this task can be challenging, particularly under time pressure. In order to improve visual sea...
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Effective training is a vital foundation for transportation security officers required to learn strategies for identifying anomalies within X-ray images that may indicate a potential threat. Past research has shown that adaptive training is a powerful tool to increase detection performance, however, adaptive training strategies in this domain have...
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This paper describes a proposed scale of Human Factors Readiness Levels (HFRL) that provides a method for standardizing Human Factors (HF) readiness assessment. This scale can be used by HF decision makers in the acquisition, project management, or implementation phases in conjunction with Technological Readiness Levels, and includes HF-specific le...
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Real-time adaptation is challenging in both operational and training environments, as the system must be able to identify what, why, and when mitigation is needed, and how best to mitigate to optimize the human-system interaction. Training systems have additional complexities, as the sole goal is not to optimize performance as in operational enviro...
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The purpose of this study was to assess at a preliminary level, the test/retest reliability of the math processing mini-game of CogGauge: a cognitive assessment tool for spaceflight. The focus of this assessment was on the stability of test scores and calculation of reliable change on test/retest scores obtained on a mathematical processing task. A...
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The Autodiagnostic Adaptive Precision Trainer for Decision Making (ADAPT-DM) is a framework for adaptive training of decision making skills. The training challenge is that decision making behavior is mostly unobservable with traditional behavioral measures, which generally only give access to outcome performance. This article describes the ADAPT-DM...
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Intelligence analysts are faced with the demanding task of identifying patterns in large volumes of complex, textual sources and predicting possible outcomes based on perceived patterns. To address this need, the Advanced Neurophysiology for Intelligence Text Analysis (ANITA) system is being developed to provide a real-time analysis system using EE...
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Intelligence analysts are bombarded with enormous volumes of imagery that they must visually filter to identify relevant areas of interest. Interpretation of such data is subject to error due to (1) large data volumes, implying the need for faster and more effective processing, and (2) misinterpretation, implying the need for enhanced analyst/syste...
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As a Human Computer Interaction (HCI) designer, it is important to understand the cognitive workload level (mental demand) of an operator while performing a task. A particular concern about operator workload stems from the increased potential for errors when cognitive workload gets too high. The Office of Naval Research Disruptive Technologies Oppo...
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A prototype Revolutionary Accelerated Processing Image Detection (RAPID) system has been developed that seeks to significantly improve Imagery Analysts' data throughput and accuracy by incorporating innovative electroencephalogram (EEG) and eye tracking neurophysiologic technology to enhance an analyst's ability to identify areas of interest within...
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Intelligence analysts are bombarded with enormous volumes of imagery, which they must visually filter through to identify relevant areas of interest. Interpretation of such data is subject to error due to (1) large data volumes, implying the need for faster and more effective processing, and (2) misinterpretation, implying the need for enhanced ana...

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