HW3_2007f_Answer Key

HW3_2007f_Answer Key - IOE 333 Homework#3 Answer Key...

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IOE 333: Homework #3 Answer Key PROBLEM 1: (20 pts, 5 pts each) a. Describe the three components of Baddeley s model of working memory. i) central executive acts as an attentional control system that coordinate information from the other two components the VSSP and the PL ii) visuospatial sketch pad - stores information in an anolog spatial form while it s being used iii) phonological loop stores information in an acoustical form b. Describe the differences between schemas, mental models and cognitive maps. i) Schema entire knowledge structure about a particular topic ii) Mental models schemas of dynamic systems (and equipment); what we understand of the system components, how it works, and how to use it iii) Cognitive maps mental representations of spatial information c. Using your knowledge about display design principles, evaluate the pros and cons of digital versus analog displays of speed in automobiles. Analog Digital Pros - Movement of needle conveys information on speed and acceleration - Consistent with other types of analog displays and across vehicles Exact readout driver knows exactly what the speed without having to match needle to number lower information access cost Larger sized text easier to read assuming it takes the same space as the analog one Cons Higher information access cost - More difficult to judge if speeding or not - Small numbers may be difficult to read - more difficult to determine acceleration from the number - may be less familiar to older drivers d. Look online at http://maps.google.com . Using this site, obtain directions from IOE (1205 Beal Ave) to a street called Looking Glass Lane , 48130 MI. Click on the buttons located in the top right-hand corner of the map labeled, Map , Satellite and Hybrid to find the house with the swimming pool. Assuming that your friend only knows Ann Arbor well, but not beyond its borders, direct them to this house using landmark knowledge only. Comment on how easy or difficult this was to do from the information given.
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Sample instructions: From Ann Arbor, take 94W and take the Baker Rd. Exit 167. Turn right off the ramp onto Baker Rd. Continue for almost 3 miles until you arrive in the town of Dexter at a T in the intersection. Turn left (this is Main Rd). On your right you will see a park with a hexagonal-shaped shelter/platform. Turn right immediately after this park onto Central Street. Follow Central Street which turns into Mast Street after you cross a river. Eventually, the road splits and Mast Street goes left and Daly Rd begins to the right. Take Daly Rd. to the right. You will see several houses on your right and then a lake. Just after the lake, turn right onto Looking Glass Lane.
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