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Volume 75, Supplement 1, March 2004

PREFACE

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MODELS OF HUMAN FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE, COMMENTARIES, AND RESPONSES

Commentary on Modeling Performance and Alertness: The QinetiQ Approach
pp. A104-A105(2)
Authors: Van Dongen, Hans P. A.; Balkin, Thomas J.

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Response to Commentary on Modeling Performance and Alertness: the QinetiQ Approach
pp. A106-A106(1)
Authors: Belyavin, Andrew J.; Spencer, Michael B.

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Circadian Alertness Simulator for Fatigue Risk Assessment in Transportation: Application to Reduce Frequency and Severity of Truck Accidents
pp. A107-A118(12)
Authors: Moore-Ede, Martin; Heitmann, Anneke; Guttkuhn, Rainer; Trutschel, Udo; Aguirre, Acacia; Croke, Dean

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MODELING ISSUES

SLEEP (Sleep Loss Effects on Everyday Performance) Model
pp. A125-A133(9)
Authors: Gregory, James M.; Xie, Xuepeng; Mengel, Susan A.

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Nonlinear Mixed-Effects Modeling: Individualization and Prediction
pp. A134-A140(7)
Authors: Olofsen, Erik; Dinges, David F.; Van Dongen, Hans P.A.

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Modulating the Homeostatic Process to Predict Performance During Chronic Sleep Restriction
pp. A141-A146(6)
Authors: Johnson, Michael L.; Belenky, Gregory; Redmond, Daniel P.; Thorne, David R.; Williams, Jason D.; Hursh, Steven R.; Balkin, Thomas J.

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Dealing with Inter-Individual Differences in the Temporal Dynamics of Fatigue and Performance: Importance and Techniques
pp. A147-A154(8)
Authors: Van Dongen, Hans P. A.; Maislin, Greg; Dinges, David F.

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MODEL SUMMARIES AND MODEL-TO-DATA COMPARISONS

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MODELING ISSUES

On the Importance of Countermeasures in Sleep and Performance Models
pp. A155-A157(3)
Authors: Balkin, Thomas J.; Kamimori, Gary H.; Redmond, Daniel P.; Vigneulle, Roy M.; Thorne, David R.; Belenky, Gregory; Wesensten, Nancy J.

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Intermittent Exposure to Bright Light in Field Conditions
pp. A158-A160(3)
Authors: Boivin, Diane B.; James, Francine O.

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Fatigue Models as Practical Tools: Diagnostic Accuracy and Decision Thresholds
pp. A168-A172(5)
Authors: Raslear, Thomas G.; Coplen, Michael

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Alternative Methods for Modeling Fatigue and Performance
pp. A173-A180(8)
Author: Reifman, Jaques

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RESEARCH NEEDS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS

Research Requirements for Operational Decision-Making Using Models of Fatigue and Performance
pp. A192-A199(8)
Authors: Friedl, Karl E.; Mallis, Melissa M.; Ahlers, Stephen T.; Popkin, Stephen M.; Larkin, Willard

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MODELS OF HUMAN FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE, COMMENTARIES AND RESPONSES

The Two-Process Model of Sleep Regulation Revisited
pp. A37-A43(7)
Author: Achermann, Peter

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MODEL SUMMARIES AND MODEL-TO-DATA COMPARISONS

Summary of the Key Features of Seven Biomathematical Models of Human Fatigue and Performance
pp. A4-A14(11)
Authors: Mallis, Melissa M.; Mejdal, Sig; Nguyen, Tammy T.; Dinges, David F.

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MODELS OF HUMAN FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE, COMMENTARIES AND RESPONSES

Fatigue Models for Applied Research in Warfighting
pp. A44-A53(10)
Authors: Hursh, Steven R.; Redmond, Daniel P.; Johnson, Michael L.; Thorne, David R.; Belenky, Gregory; Balkin, Thomas J.; Storm, William F.; Miller, James C.; Eddy, Douglas R.

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MODELS OF HUMAN FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE, COMMENTARIES, AND RESPONSES

Commentary on Fatigue Models for Applied Research in Warfighting
pp. A54-A56(3)
Authors: Kronauer, Richard E.; Stone, Barbara M.

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Response to Commentary on Fatigue Models for Applied Research in Warfighting
pp. A57-A60(4)
Authors: Hursh, Steven R.; Balkin, Thomas J.

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A Model to Predict Work-Related Fatigue Based on Hours of Work
pp. A61-A69(9)
Authors: Roach, Gregory D.; Fletcher, Adam; Dawson, Drew

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Response to Commentaries on a Model to Predict Work-Related Fatigue Based on Hours of Work
pp. A74-A74(1)
Authors: Roach, Gregory D.; Fletcher, Adam; Dawson, Drew

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Predictions from the Three-Process Model of Alertness
pp. A75-A83(9)
Authors: Åkerstedt, Torbjörn; Folkard, Simon; Portin, Christian

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Commentary on the Three-Process Model of Alertness and Broader Modeling Issues
pp. A84-A88(5)
Authors: Reifman, Jaques; Gander, Philippa

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Response to Commentary on the Three-Process Model of Alertness and Broader Modeling Issues
pp. A89-A89(1)
Authors: Åkerstedt, Torbjörn; Folkard, Simon

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Commentary on the Interactive Neurobehavioral Model
pp. A90-A92(3)
Authors: Tepas, Donald I.; Samel, Alexander

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Modeling Performance and Alertness: The QinetiQ Approach
pp. A93-A103(11)
Authors: Belyavin, Andrew J.; Spencer, Michael B.

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