Details two studies
conducted to test the effects of explicitly visualizing metallic
signatures. Get full paper
Lahiru G. Jayatilaka, Luca F. Bertuccelli, James Staszewski, and Krzysztof Z. Gajos. PETALS: Understanding the Implications of Visual Decision Support in Humanitarian Landmine Clearance. In CHI 2011: Proceeding of the annual SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems , New York, NY, USA, 2011. ACM
A short paper summarizing PETALS, which is a
prototype interface for visualizing metallic signatures. Get abstract Get poster
Lahiru G. Jayatilaka, Luca F. Bertuccelli, James Staszewski, and Krzysztof Z. Gajos. PETALS: a visual interface for landmine detection. In Supplementary Proceedings of UIST'10, New York, NY, 2010.
Undergraduate thesis that examines the effects of showing novice
deminers metallic signatures on an experimental visual interface in
comparison to the
traditional method of internal representation. Get portable version of
L. Jayatilaka. Visualizing patterns: decision support for human-based demining. Bachelor's thesis, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard College, Cambridge, MA, May 2010.
This book chapter details two projects that
incorporated expert techniques of spatial pattern building into novice
deminer training programs. Get book chapter
Staszewski, J. (2006). Spatial thinking and the design of landmine detection training. In G. A. Allen, (Ed.), Applied spatial cognition: From research to cognitive technology (pp. 231-265). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum Associates.
Presents studies that tested the effects of an
experimental detection training program based on knowledge and
techniques learned from analysis of deminer expertise. Get paper
Staszewski, J. (1999). Information processing analysis of human land mine detection skill. In T. Broach, A. C. Dubey, R. E. Dugan, & J. Harvey, (Eds.), Detection and remediation technologies for mines and minelike targets IV, Proceedings of the Society for Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers 13th Annual Meeting, 3710, 766-777.