Requirements for Predicting the Impact of Fatigue on Human Behavior

Glenn GunzelmannAir Force Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, United States

Abstract

This paper provides an overview of an approach to developing computational models of fatigue, which has been used to develop detailed accounts of laboratory phenomena, and to make a priori predictions in more naturalistic tasks. The research has led to novel theories and mechanisms that help to build bridges between integrated theories of human cognition from cognitive science and theoretical and mathematical research on sleep and fatigue. Moreover, this research lays the foundation for new technologies to help mitigate fatigue risk in applied settings.

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