Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2017 Annual Meeting

Posted on 13/10/2017

Waterford CT – Sonalysts recently presented research at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2017 Annual Meeting.  Mr. Steve Dorton presented a paper titled “Going digital: Consequences of increasing resolution of a wargaming tool for knowledge elicitation.” This research is an output of the Wargaming to Augment Knowledge Elicitation (WAKE) portfolio within Sonalysts’ Human-Autonomy Interaction laboratory (HAIL) and focused on evaluating the pros and cons of using a low- and medium-resolution tool to facilitate scenario-driven knowledge elicitation with a diverse group of domain experts.

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