Greg A. Jamieson
Greg A. Jamieson
Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto
Verified email at mie.utoronto.ca - Homepage
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Evaluation of ecological interface design for nuclear process control: situation awareness effects
CM Burns, G Skraaning Jr, GA Jamieson, N Lau, J Kwok, R Welch, ...
Human factors 50 (4), 663-679, 2008
1692008
Multivariable process trend display and methods regarding same
GA Jamieson, SAE Guerlain, PT Bullemer
US Patent 6,577,323, 2003
1572003
Trust and reliance on an automated combat identification system
L Wang, GA Jamieson, JG Hollands
Human factors 51 (3), 281-291, 2009
1322009
A test of Rasmussen's risk management framework in the food safety domain: BSE in the UK
AL Cassano-Piche, KJ Vicente, GA Jamieson
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 10 (4), 283-304, 2009
1082009
Ecological interface design for petrochemical applications: supporting operator adaptation, continuous learning, and distributed, collaborative work
GA Jamieson, KJ Vicente
Computers & Chemical Engineering 25 (7-8), 1055-1074, 2001
1072001
Integrating task-and work domain-based work analyses in ecological interface design: A process control case study
GA Jamieson, CA Miller, WH Ho, KJ Vicente
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and…, 2007
1022007
Ecological interface design for petrochemical process control: An empirical assessment
GA Jamieson
IEEE Transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics-Part A: Systems and…, 2007
872007
Multivariable process matrix display and methods regarding same
SAE Guerlain, GA Jamieson, PT Bullemer
US Patent 6,587,108, 2003
842003
Considering subjective trust and monitoring behavior in assessing automation-induced “complacency.”
N Bagheri, GA Jamieson
Human performance, situation awareness, and automation: Current research and…, 2004
832004
Ecological interface design in the nuclear domain: An empirical evaluation of ecological displays for the secondary subsystems of a boiling water reactor plant simulator
N Lau, GA Jamieson, G Skraaning, CM Burns
IEEE Transactions on nuclear science 55 (6), 3597-3610, 2008
652008
The MPC Elucidator: A case study in the design for human-automation interaction
S Guerlain, GA Jamieson, P Bullemer, R Blair
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and…, 2002
602002
Designing effective human-automation-plant interfaces: A control-theoretic perspective
GA Jamieson, KJ Vicente
Human Factors 47 (1), 12-34, 2005
582005
Twenty years of cognitive work analysis in health care: a scoping review
T Jiancaro, GA Jamieson, A Mihailidis
Journal of cognitive engineering and decision making 8 (1), 3-22, 2014
562014
Beyond identity: Incorporating system reliability information into an automated combat identification system
HF Neyedli, JG Hollands, GA Jamieson
Human factors 53 (4), 338-355, 2011
552011
The impact of context-related reliability on automation failure detection and scanning behaviour
N Bagheri, GA Jamieson
2004 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (IEEE Cat…, 2004
552004
Process variable generalized graphical device display and methods regarding same
SAE Guerlain, GA Jamieson, PT Bullemer
US Patent 6,901,560, 2005
542005
Ecological interface design in the nuclear domain: An application to the secondary subsystems of a boiling water reactor plant simulator
N Lau, Veland, J Kwok, GA Jamieson, CM Burns, AO Braseth, R Welch
IEEE Transactions on nuclear science 55 (6), 3579-3596, 2008
502008
From work domains to worker competencies: a five-phase CWA
R Kilgore, O St-Cyr, GA Jamieson
Applications of cognitive work analysis, 15-48, 2009
482009
Making the most of ecological interface design: the role of individual differences
GL Torenvliet, GA Jamieson, KJ Vicente
Applied Ergonomics 31 (4), 395-408, 2000
482000
The need for human factors in the sustainability domain
SAC Flemming, A Hilliard, GA Jamieson
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 52…, 2008
422008
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