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Resilience Weekly - Cognitive demands and activities in dynamic fault management - Issue #14

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Welcome back! This week we're talking about a chapter by David Woods in Human Factors in Alarm Design
 
December 17 · Issue #14 · View online
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Welcome back!
This week we’re talking about a chapter by David Woods in Human Factors in Alarm Design, about how to deal with “ dynamic faults”.
Dynamic faults are failures that occur in complex situations, they are different than simply just a broken device on a work bench because their state is changing over time. This is a pretty apt description of many many tech incidents.

P.S. I’ll be going on holiday break for a couple of weeks, so this will be the last issue of 2018. See you folks again in 2019!

Cognitive demands and activities in dynamic fault management: abduction and disturbance management
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