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by Lawrence J. Hettinger,Michael W. Haas

eBook Virtual and Adaptive Environments: Applications, Implications, and Human Performance Issues download ISBN: 080583107X
Author: Lawrence J. Hettinger,Michael W. Haas
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (June 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 600
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Personal Name: Hettinger, Lawrence J. Personal Name: Haas, Michael W. Rubrics: Virtual computer systems Human-computer interaction. 95 Author: Brewer, John, 1947- Publication & Distribution: New York On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book.

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p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-8058-3107-X (alk. paper) 1. Virtual computer systems. 2. Human-computer interaction. I. Hettinger, Lawrence J. II. Haas, Michael W. QA76. V5V56 2003 00. 3-dc21. ISBN 1-4106-0888-3 Master e-book ISBN. Download (pdf, .

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Lawrence Hettinger Michael W. ByNorthrop Grumman Information Technology United States Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. PART I: General Issues in the Design and Use of Virtual and Adaptive Environments Visual Perception of Egocentric Distance in Real and Virtual Environments. Transfer of Training in Virtual Environments: Issues for Human Performance. Sebrechts Corinna Lathan Deborah M. Clawson. ByMarc Sebrechts, Corinna Lathan, Deborah Clawson, Michael Miller, and Cheryl Trepagnier.

The book builds a foundation on the assumption that these systems are first and foremost human-centered technologies, in that their purpose is to complement and extend human capabilities across a wide variety of domains. Categories: Mathematics\Applied Mathematicsematics.

ADAPTIVE ENVIRONMENTS.

Transfer of Training in Virtual Environments: Issues for Human Performance, M. Sebrechts, C. Lathan, D. Clawson, M. Miller, and C. Trepagnier. Beyond the Limits of Real-Time Realism: Moving From Stimulation Correspondence to Information Correspondence, . Stappers, W. Gaver, and K. Overbeeke. On the Nature and Evaluation of Fidelity in Virtual Environments, T. Stoffregen, B. Bardy, . Smart, and R. Pagulayan. Psychological and Physiological Issues in the Medical Use of Virtual Reality, T. Yamaguchi. ADAPTIVE ENVIRONMENTS.

Lawrence . ettinger, Michael Haas. Mahwah, New Jersey : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 2003.

With contributions from a collection of authors consisting of many recognizable experts in the field of virtual and adaptive environments, as well as many up and coming young researchers, this book illustrates the many ways in which psychological science contributes to and benefits from the increased development and application of these nascent systems. Discussing issues from both a user- and technology-based standpoint, the volume examins the use of human perception, cognition, and behavior. The book builds a foundation on the assumption that these systems are first and foremost human-centered technologies, in that their purpose is to complement and extend human capabilities across a wide variety of domains.