The sound system from the cabin problem corresponds

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The sound system from the Cabin problem corresponds to the GPS from the road problem. The auto pilot from the Cabin problem corresponds to the auto drive from the Road problem.
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Availability because the estimate of an event probability ( identity theft) from online banking is based from information that the user has already read about that topic ( ease with which they can be retrieved from memory). Elimination by aspects since I am eliminating sellers based only on their stars ( features or aspects). Representativeness because I am assuming that sellers with less than 4 stars are bad sellers, but we need to take into account that the possible seller might be a new vendor, therefore the possibility of 0 stars. Anchoring because our judgment is based on a previous bid (example) that is weighted or related heavily to our case (same product).
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Elimination by aspects because we are eliminating the option of buying products from fakewebsite.com because it does not meet with our criteria for certain aspects (delivery time). Availability because we are recalling information where they did not meet my standards. Availability because it is assumed that we know for fact that the user will tend to donate more money if presented in this way, this means that this information can be retrieved from previous experiences ( memory). Anchoring because we are expecting the donor to make a judgment based on the initial instance of donation. Representativeness, the more representative outcome according to users experience ( safer to drive) is judged more likely than safer to fly based on users experience.
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  • Fall '19
  • Usability testing, Usability, Truck, Fixed-wing aircraft, RITE Method

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