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B. L. Hooey, B. F. Gore, E. A. Mahlstedt, & D. C. Foyle (2013) Evaluating NextGen Closely Spaced Parallel Operations concepts with validated human performance models: Flight deck guidelines, NASA TM-2013-216506. Moffett Field, CA: NASA Ames Research Center. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 1.4 MB)

B. F. Gore, B. L. Hooey, E. A. Mahlstedt, & D. C. Foyle (2013) Evaluating NextGen Closely Spaced Parallel Operations concepts with validated human performance models: Scenario development and results, NASA TM-2013-216503. Moffett Field, CA: NASA Ames Research Center. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 3 MB)

Hooey, B.L., Gore, B.F., Mahlstedt, E., & Foyle, D.C. (2012). Evaluating NextGen Closely Spaced Parallel Approach Concepts with Validated Human Performance Models Flight Deck Guidelines (Part 1 of 2), In Human Centered Systems Lab (Ed.), HCSL Technical Report. Moffett Field, CA: NASA Ames Research Center. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 1.4 MB)

Gore, B.F., Hooey, B.L., Mahlstedt, E., & Foyle, D.C. (2012). Evaluating NextGen Closely Spaced Parallel Approach Concepts with Validated Human Performance Models Flight Deck Guidelines (Part 2 of 2), In Human Centered Systems Lab (Ed.), HCSL Technical Report. Moffett Field, CA: NASA Ames Research Center. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 3 MB)

Gore, B.F., Hooey, B.L., Mahlstedt, E., & Foyle, D.C. (2012). Extending validated human performance models to explore NextGen Concepts. In the 4th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), July 2012. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 476 KB)

Wickens, C.D., Sebok, A., Gore, B.F., & Hooey, B.L. (2012). Predicting pilot error in NextGen: Pilot performance modeling and validation efforts. In the 4th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), July 2012.

Sebok, A., Wickens, C., Gacy, M., Brehon, M., Scott-Nash, S., Sarter, N., Li, H., Gore, B.F., & Hooey, B.L. MIDAS-FAST: A modeling and simulation-based tool to predict operator performance in human-robotic automation systems. In the 4th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE), July 2012.

Gore, B. F., Hooey, B. L., Haan, N., Bakowski, D. L., & Mahlsted, E. (2011, July 9 - July 14). A methodical approach for developing valid human performance models of flight deck operations. Paper presented at the 14th Annual HCI International 2011, Orlando, FL. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 1.1 MB)

Gore, B.F. (2011, March 23). Workload as a Performance Shaping Factor for Human Performance Models. Symposium presented at the Behavioral Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS) 2011, Sundance, Utah. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 120 KB)

Gore, B.F., Hooey, B.L., Wickens, C.D., Socash, C., Gosakan, M., Gacy, A.M., Brehon, M., & Foyle, D.C. (2011, March 23). Workload as a performance shaping factor in MIDAS v5. Presented at the Behavioral Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS) 2011, Sundance, UT. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 1.8 MB)

Gore, B.F., Hooey, B.L., & Foyle, D.C. (2011, March 21-24). NASA's use of human performance models for NextGen concept development and evaluation. Paper to be presented at the Behavioral Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS) 2011, Sundance, UT. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 216 KB)

Gore, B.F., Hooey, B.L., Socash, C.M., Haan, N. J., Mahlstedt, E., Bakowski, D.L., Gacy, A.M., Wickens, C.D., Gosakan, M., and Foyle, D.C. (2011). Evaluating NextGen closely space parallel operations concepts with validated human performance models. HCSL Technical Report (HCSL-11-01). Human Centered Systems Laboratory (HCSL), Moffett Field, CA: NASA Ames Research Center. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 2.1 MB)

Gore, B.F., Hooey, B.L., Wickens, C.D., Sebok, A., Hutchins, S., Salud, E., Small, R., Koenecke, C., & Bzostek, J. (2010). Identification of pilot performance parameters for human performance models of off-nominal events in the NextGen environment (NASA/CR # 2010-216411). Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics and Space Administration. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 3.9 MB)

Gore, B. F. (2010). Man-machine integration design and analysis system (MIDAS) v5: Augmentations, motivations, and directions for aeronautics
applications. In P. C. Cacciabu, M. Hjalmdahl, A. Luedtke and C. Riccioli (eds.) Human Modelling in Assisted Transportation. Heidelberg, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 400 KB)

Hooey, B. L., B. F. Gore, Wickens, C.D., Scott-Nash, S., Socash, C., & Salud, E. (2010). Modeling Pilot Situation Awareness. In P. C. Cacciabu, M. Hjalmdahl, A. Luedtke and C. Riccioli (eds.) Human Modelling of Assisted Technologies. Begirate, Italy, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 640 KB)

Gore, B. F. (2010). The use of behavior models for predicting complex operations. Behavioral Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS) 2010. Charleston, South Carolina, Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO): 1-4. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 284 KB)

Gore, B.F., Hooey, B.L., Wickens, C.D., & Scott-Nash, S. (2009). A computational implementation of a human attention guiding mechanism in MIDAS v5. In V.G. Duffy (Ed.): Digital Human Modeling, HCII 2009, LNCS 5620, pp. 237­246, 2009. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 580 KB)

Gore, B.F., Hooey, B.L., Foyle, D.C., & Scott-Nash, S. (2008). Meeting the challenge of cognitive human performance model interpretability though transparency: MIDAS v5.x. In the 2nd International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, July 14-17, Las Vegas, Nevada. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 2.8 MB)

Boring, R.L. Gertman, D.I, Tran, T.Q., & Gore, B.F. (2008). Framework and application for modeling control room crew performance at nuclear powerplants. In the 52nd Annual Human Factors and Ergonomics Annual Meeting, September 22-26, NY, NY. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 940 KB)

Gore, B.F. & Smith, J.D. (2006). Risk assessment and human performance modeling: the need for an integrated approach. In K.A. Malek (ed.) International Journal of Human Factors of Modeling and Simulation, 1(1), 119-139.

Gore, B.F., & Jarvis, P.A. (2006). New integrated modeling capabilities: MIDASí recent behavioral enhancements. SAE Transactions - Journal of Passenger Cars Electronic and Electrical Systems, Warrendale: SAE, Inc.

Gore, B.F. & Milgram, P. (2006). The conceptual development of a time estimation model to predict human performance in complex environments.  Ninth Proceedings of the Annual SAE International Conference and Exposition - Digital Human Modeling for Design and Engineering Conference, SAE Paper # 2006-01-2344, Warrendale: USA, July.

Boring, R.L., Dudenhoeffer, D.D., Hallbert, B.P., & Gore, B.F. (2006). Virtual power plant control room and crew modeling using MIDAS. Proceedings of the Joint Halden Reactor Project and CSNI Special Expertsí Group on Human and Organisational Factors Workshop on Future Control Station Designs and Human Performance Issues in Nuclear Power Plants, May 8 10, 2006, Halden, Norway, pp. 1 5:5.3.

Gore, B.F., & Jarvis, P. (2005). Modeling the complexities of human performance. 2005 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, IEEE Catalogue #: 05CH37706C, ISBN 0-7803-9299-X, USA: IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 1.2 MB)

Gore, B.F., & Jarvis, P.A. (2005). New integrated modeling capabilities: MIDAS‚ recent behavioral enhancements. Eighth Proceeding of the Annual SAE International Conference and Exposition - Digital Human Modeling for Design and Engineering, SAE Paper #2005-01-2701, Warrendale: USA, June. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 156 KB)

Smith, J.D., Gore, B.F., Dalal, K.M., & Boyle, R. (2002). Optimizing biology research tasks in space using human performance modeling and virtual reality simulation systems here on Earth. In 32nd International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), July 15-18, San Antonio TX (SAE paper 02ICES-307). (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 712 KB )

Gore, B.F. (2002). Human performance cognitive-behavioral modeling: A benefit for occupational safety. In B. Chase & W. Karwowski (Eds.), International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics (JOSE), 8 (3), 339-351.

Gore, B.F., & Corker, K.M. (2001). Human error modeling predictions: Increasing occupational safety using human performance modeling tools. In B. Das, W. Karwowski, P. Modelo, and M. Mattila (eds.), Computer-Aided Ergonomics and Safety (CAES) 2001 Conference Proceedings, July 28 - August 4, Maui, Hawaii.

Gore, B.F., & Corker, K.M. (2001). Human performance modeling: A cooperative and necessary methodology for studying occupational ergonomics. In International Society for Occupational Ergonomics and Safety (ISOES) 2001 Conference, June 4 - 7, Fairfax, Virginia. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 475 KB)

Hart, S.G., Dahn, D., Atencio, A., & Dalal, K.M. (2001). Evaluation and application of MIDAS v2.0. In the Proceedings of the Society of Automtive Engineers (SAE) World Aviation Congress, Sept 2001, Seattle WA (SAE paper 2001-01-2648). (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 2.3 MB)

Abkin, Michael H., Bobick, John C., Hansmann, R. John, Reynolds, Tom G., Hansen, Mark M., Gosling, Geoffrey D., Baumgardner, William F., Corker, Kevin, & Gore, Brian. (2000). Development of fast-time simulation techniques to model safety issues in the national airspace system. NASA Ames Research Center Contract No. NAS2-99072. CY00 Final Report, December.

Burdick, M.D., & Shively, R.J. (2000). A full mission evaluation of a computational model of situation awareness. In the Proceedings of the 14th Triennial International Ergonomics Association (IEA) and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 44th Annual Meeting, USA (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 80KB)

Corker, K.M. & Gore, B.F. (2000). Human performance simulation in the analysis of advanced air traffic management. International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Plant Instrumentation, Controls, and Human-Machine Interface Technologies (NPIC&HMIT 2000), Washington, DC, November.

Gore, B.F. & Corker, K.M. (2000). A systems-engineering approach to behavioral prediction of an advanced air traffic management concept. 19th Annual Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC): Entering the Second Century of Powered Flight, 1, 4B3/1 -4B3/8.

Gore, B.F. & Corker, K.M. (2000). Value of human performance cognitive predictors: A free flight integration application.∫ Proceedings of the 14th Triennial International Ergonomics Association (IEA) and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 44th Annual Meeting, USA, 6, 493-496.

Gore, B.F. & Corker, K.M. (2000). Human performance modeling: Identification of critical variables for national airspace safety. Proceedings of the 14th Triennial International Ergonomics Association (IEA) and the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 44th Annual Meeting, USA, 1, 725-728.

Gore, B.F. (2000). The study of distributed cognition in free flight: A human performance modeling tool structural comparison. Proceedings of the Third Annual SAE International Conference and Exposition - Digital Human Modeling for Design and Engineering, Dearborn, Michigan.

Tyler, S., Neukom, C. Logan, M. and Shively, J. (1998). The MIDAS human performance model. In the Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 42nd Annual Meeting. Chicago, Illinois. pp. 320-325. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 97 KB)

Smith, B.R., & Tyler, S.W. (1997). The design and application of MIDAS: A constructive simulation for human-system analysis. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 464 KB)

Pisanich, G. M., Corker, K. & Bunzo, M. (1997). A cognitive system model for human/automation dynamics in airspace management. Presented at the 13th Triennial Conference of the International Ergonomics Association, Tempere, Finland. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 155 KB)

Shively, R.J., Brickner, M., & Silbiger, J. (1997). A computational model of situational awareness instantiated in MIDAS. In the Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on AviationPsychology (pp. 1454-1459). Columbus, OH: University of Ohio. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 56 KB)

Shively, R.J., Brickner, M. & Silbiger, J. (1997). A Computational Model of Situational Awareness Instantiated in MIDAS. Proceedings of the Ohio State 10th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus, Ohio. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 56 KB)

Pisanich, G.& Corker, K. (1995). Predictive model of flight crew performance in automated air traffic control and flight management operations. In the Proceedings of the Ohio State 8th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus, Ohio. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 60 KB)

Corker, K.M. & Smith, B.R. (1993). An architecture and model for cognitive engineering simulation analysis: Application to advanced aviation automation. In the Proceedings of the AIAA Computing in Aerospace 9 Conference. October, 1993: San Diego, CA. (Download the PDF for this publication - PDF 72 KB)

MIDAS Technical Presentations

Presentation Slides
MIDAS Poster
MIDAS Overview - Human Performance Research Laboratory 15th Anniversary 2005 (5.6MB)

 
     
 
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