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1996
 
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Randel, Josephine M., Pugh, H. Lauren and Reed, Stephen (1996): Differences in Expert and Novice Situation Awareness in Naturalistic Decision Making. In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 45 (5) pp. 579-597.

We studied situation awareness as the first part of a decision in a naturalistic setting involving a complex cognitive task. Three measures of situation awareness were used. Further we examined differences in decision making by expert and novice performers, including their use of rules and possible conflicts in using rules. Twenty-eight electronic warfare technicians from U.S. Navy ships were classified as novices, intermediates, or experts according to their performance on a scenario exercise. Results indicated that expertise included proficiency in the following skills: visually and verbally recalling radar emitters that appear on the screen, the ability to make correct decisions based on better situation awareness, and the ability to understand the conditions for applying rules in a consistent manner.

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Hauptmann, Alexander G., Witbrock, Michael J., Rudnicky, Alexander I. and Reed, Stephen (1995): Speech for Multimedia Information Retrieval. In: Robertson, George G. (ed.) Proceedings of the 8th annual ACM symposium on User interface and software technology November 15 - 17, 1995, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. pp. 79-80.

We describe the Informedia News-on-Demand system. News-on-Demand is an innovative example of indexing and searching broadcast video and audio material by text content. The fully-automatic system monitors TV news and allows selective retrieval to news items based on spoken queries. The user then plays the appropriate video "paragraph". The system runs on a Pentium PC using MPEG-I video compression and the Sphinx-II continuous speech recognition system [6].

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