The effects of color, exposure time, and target density on tactical display recognition tasking
Concannon, Thomas Joseph
Rowell, Julie Anne
Neil, Douglas E.
Forrest, R. Neagle
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This study investigated the effects of a partially redundant color code on a visual search task. Monochrome and partially redundant color displays consisting of NTDS symbology, in concentrations of 18 targets and 36 targets, were displayed for 10 seconds and 60 seconds. Subjects were asked to reconstruct the plots immediately after viewing. The addition of color partial redundancy resulted in an overall enhancement of performance of 14.1% over the monochrome display.
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