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CSCW
2011
ACM
9 years 11 months ago
Supporting air traffic control collaboration with a TableTop system
Collaboration is key to safety and efficiency in Air Traffic Control. Legacy paper-based systems enable seamless and non-verbal collaboration, but trends in new software and hardw...
Stéphane Conversy, Hélène Gas...
CSCW
1992
ACM
10 years 8 months ago
Ethnographically-Informed Systems Design for Air Traffic Control
This paper relates experiences of a project where an ethnographic study of air traffic controllers is being used to inform the design of the controllers' interface to the fli...
Richard Bentley, John A. Hughes, David Randall, To...
ECIS
2000
10 years 5 months ago
Decision Support for Flight Re-Routing in Europe
Congestion has plagued air traffic in the US and in Europe for nearly 20 years. To protect air traffic control from overloads, air traffic flow management tries to anticipate and ...
P. A. Leal de Matos, P. L. Powell
IJMMS
1998
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10 years 4 months ago
Formulating the cognitive design problem of air traffic management
s the abstracted cognitive behaviours of the controllers and their tools in performingw the traffic management task. Taken together, the models provide a statement of worksystem pe...
John Dowell
IAT
2007
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Comparing Route Selection Strategies in Collaborative Traffic Flow Management
Today’s air traffic management system is not expected to scale to the projected increase in traffic over the next two decades. Enhanced collaboration between the controllers and...
Shawn R. Wolfe, Francis Y. Enomoto, Peter A. Jarvi...
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