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Eliciting Knowledge from Military Ground Navigators

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Peterson, Barry
Stine, Jason L.
Darken, Rudolph P.
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2000
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2000
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The N.D.M. framework is appropriate for the study of military ground navigators. Our characterization of expertise evolved from initial group to subsequent individual interviews. We describe our application of the C.D.M. to this domain and present the resulting Cue Inventory, Situation Assessment Record and Key Decision Requirements. We expose and discuss the dynamics of organization and methods we faced while gaining access to the participant community and conducting the study. The immediate goal is to apply the results to the development of navigation training interventions, so we conclude by discussing representations of navigation expertise that are suited for such applications.
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Office of Naval Research, Cognitive and Neural Science and Technology Division
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16 p.
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Peterson, Barry, Jason L. Stine, and Rudolph P. Darken. "Eliciting knowledge from military ground navigators." How professionals make decisions: Research and applications (2004): 351-364.
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