Dowell, J; Long, J; (1998) Target paper - Conception of the cognitive engineering design problem. ERGONOMICS , 41 (2) 126 - 139.
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Cognitive design, as the design of cognitive work and cognitive tools, is predominantly a craft practice that currently depends on the experience and insight of the designer. However, the emergence of a discipline of cognitive engineering promises a more effective alternative practice, one that turns on the prescription of solutions to cognitive design problems. In this gaper, the authors first examine the requirements for advancing cognitive engineering as a discipline. In particular, they identify the need for a conception for explicitly formulating cognitive design problems, A proposal for such a conception is then presented.
|Title:||Target paper - Conception of the cognitive engineering design problem|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science|
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