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Steiner, J.M. (author)
Up to this point, research into Air Traffic Controller workload has primarily focused on a number of discrete areas. However, it is widely recognized that different components from these respective fields all contribute to the workload an Air Traffic Controller experiences. Hence, this study has tried to bridge this gap by quantitatively...
master thesis 2015
Anoep, S.D. (author)
Grid computing promises large scale computing facilities based on distributed systems. Much research has been done on the subject of increasing the performance of grids. We believe that an adequate performance analysis of grids requires knowledge of the workload and the architecture of the grid. Currently, researchers assume that grids are...
master thesis 2008
Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
A theoretical and experimental program was conducted to study human response characteristics in a variety of single- and dual-axis control situations. The object was to build and support a human control effort model. The aspect of human controller's effort is indispensable for a complete description and prediction of human operator behavior and...
report 1974