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On the Usage of Different Work Analysis Methods for Collaborative Review of Large Scale 3D CAD Models

Abstract : Human work interaction design is an emerging discipline that aims to encourage empirical studies and conceptualizations of the interaction among humans, their variegated social contexts and the technology they use both within and across these contexts. In this paper we describe and elaborate around the usage of different work analysis methods in a complex, real world work domain: collaborative review of large-scale 3D engineering models. The analysis is based on (i) input from experts in the oil platform engineering field, (ii) previous and related work and (iii) application of different methods considering the recent advances in technology. We conclude that hierarchical task analysis was not effective in obtaining a clear, common vision about the work domain. Storyboarding was the most useful technique as it allowed discovering novelty factors that differentiate the solution and improve the usability of the product, thereby supporting the human work at offshore engineering design and review sessions.
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Pedro Campos, Hildegardo Noronha. On the Usage of Different Work Analysis Methods for Collaborative Review of Large Scale 3D CAD Models. 3rd Human Work Interaction Design (HWID), Dec 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark. pp.12-21, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-41145-8_2⟩. ⟨hal-01463374⟩



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