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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

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Volume 41, Number 11, 1 November 1998

Editorial
pp. 1529-1536(8)

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HTA as a framework for task analysis
pp. 1537-1552(16)
Author: Shepherd, A.

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Integrating task and data flow analyses using the pentanalysis technique
pp. 1553-1582(30)
Authors: Diaper, D.; McKearney, S.; Hurne, J.

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Reasoning about tasks, activities and technology to support collaboration
pp. 1583-1606(24)
Authors: Watts, Leon A.; Monk, Andrew F.

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Applied cognitive task analysis (ACTA): a practitioner's toolkit for understanding cognitive task demands
pp. 1618-1641(24)
Authors: Militello, Laura G.; Hutton, Robert J. B.

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Enhancing the usability of a task analysis method: a notation and environment for requirements specification
pp. 1642-1663(22)
Authors: Ormerod, Thomas C.; Richardson, Juliet; Shepherd, Andrew

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Structured task analysis in complex domains
pp. 1664-1677(14)
Author: Marti, Patrizia

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Cognitive task analyses for decision centred design and training
pp. 1698-1718(21)
Authors: O'Hare, David; Wiggins, Mark; Williams, Anthony; Wong, William

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Task analysis for the investigation of human error in safetycritical software design: a convergent methods approach
pp. 1719-1736(18)
Authors: Shryane, N. M.; Westerman, S. J.; Crawshaw, C. M.; Hockey, G. R. J.; Sauer, J.

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Learning to predict human error: issues of acceptability, reliability and validity
pp. 1737-1756(20)
Authors: Stanton, Neville A.; Stevenage, Sarah V.

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