Discover how to plan and conduct the analyses required for human systems integration programs. These include mission task analysis, job analysis, manning and workload analysis, error analysis, and training task analysis. Learn how to use top-down functional analysis methods to help define requirements. Know when to perform these analyses, what data they need as input, and what answers they provide.
Department of Defense personnel working on an acquisition program, Defense contractors responsible for human systems integration or human factors, and human systems researchers or practitioners from the commercial sector
How You Will Benefit
Understand the HSI issues that can be addressed by analysis methods
Become familiar with analysis methods from each HSI technical domain
Learn about software tools used to support the analyses
Understand how to plan the analyses in support of an overall HSI program
Learn about updating the analyses as new data become available
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