Curriculum Vitae

 

CHARLES MICHAEL LEWIS

 

 

 

 

Address:            Department of Information

                          Science and Telecommunications

                        School of Information Sciences

                        University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260

                        Phone: 412 624-9426, FAX: 412 624-2788

                        E-mail: ml@sis.pitt.edu WWW : http://www.pitt.edu/~cmlewis

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS 

 

Human Factors, Human Computer Interaction, Visualization, CSCW, Virtual Environments, Software Agents, Human Error, Negotiation and E-Commerce

 

TEACHING INTERESTS

 

Human Factors, Human Computer Interaction, Decision Making/Decision Support, Document Processing, Data Structures, Interactive Systems, Client-Server

 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. in Psychology (engineering psychology), Georgia Institute of Technology, 1986,

Thesis: Identification of Rule-Based Models.   Advisor:  W.B. Rouse

 

M.S.   in Psychology (engineering psychology), Georgia Institute of Technology, 1982,

Thesis:  Modeling from Video Display in Repair Performance.   Advisor:  E.J. Rinalducci

 

B.A.   in Experimental Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1973

 

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT and EXPERIENCE

 

Associate Professor (tenured) 1993-present Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences with joint appointment in Intelligent Systems Program, University of Pittsburgh

 

Taught graduate and undergraduate courses in human factors, human computer interaction, interactive systems, visualization, and virtual environments

 

Principal Investigator for research projects on visual information retrieval interfaces, collision avoidance in virtual environments, and human-agent interaction in teams.

 

Assistant Professor 1987-1993 Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Taught graduate and undergraduate courses in human factors, human computer interaction, interactive systems, and machine learning

Principal Investigator for research project on situated cognition/visualization

 

Senior Human Factors Engineer 1986 Iowa Electric Light & Power Co., Cedar Rapids, IA

 

Human Factors supervisor for the Detailed Control Room Design Review of the Duane Arnold Nuclear Power Plant

 

Graduate Research Assistant and Instructor 1984-1986, Center for Human-Machine Systems Research, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332

Instructor for undergraduate human factors classes in ISYE

Conducted NASA sponsored research in Rule-Based modeling of human operators

 

Associate Scientist 1984-1986 , General Physics Corp., 1770 The Exchange NW, Atlanta, GA

 

Analyzed and interpreted data from a series of studies investigating the performance of reactor operators in identifying and coping with simulated accidents

 

Human Factors Specialist 1980-1984, Human Performance Group, Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, 1100 Circle 75 Parkway, Atlanta, GA

 

Developed design guidelines for reviewing control rooms, conducted a study of the effect of administrative practices of reported error rates, and served as human reliability analyst for the Oconee Risk Assessment, an EPRI/NSAC/INPO project to refine risk assessment methodologies

 

Contract and Grant Support to Michael Lewis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Editorial Boards

 

Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems: Kluwer Academic Publishers

 

Cognition, Technology, and Work: International Journal for the Analysis, Design, and Use of Joint Cognitive Systems: Springer-Verlag

 

Group Decision and Negotiation: Kluwer Academic Publishers (affiliated with Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences)

 

 

Reviewer

 

Grant proposals National Science Foundation, Interactive Systems Program, various programs (1991-1999)

 

IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics

 

IEEE Transactions on Reliability

 

Journal of Visual Languages and Computing

 

International Journal of Human Computer Studies

 

IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics

 

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Computer Systems Technical Group, Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, and general sessions

 

Member

 

Association for Computing Machinery

            Special Interest Group on Computer Human Interaction

 

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

            Computer Society

            Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society

 

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

            Computer Systems Technical Group

            Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making Technical Group

 

Cognitive Science Society

 

Sigma Xi

 

 

Dissertation Chair

 

Cholyeun Hongpaisanwiwat December 2002. The Influence of Animated Characters on Comprehension and Attention Performance in a Multimedia Presentation, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Terri Lenox  May 2000. Supporting Teamwork Using Software  Agents in Human-Agent Teams, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

Assistant Professor, Westminster College

 

Jeffrey Campbell May 2000. Concurrency Control for Collaborative Diagramming, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh.

Assistant Professor, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

 

Emile Morse June 1999. Evaluating Visual  Information Browsing Displays, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

Research Scientist, Information Technology Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology

 

Jozsef Toth 1997.  The Effect of Prepresentation in Computer-Mediated Small Group Decision Making, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

Research Staff, Institute for Defense Analysis

 

In Progress

 

Carl Edlund (proposed Nov 1995). Automated Representation Engineering for the Design of Graphical Interfaces, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh.

Product Manager for Flight Simulator, Microsoft Corporation

 

Dissertation Committee Member

 

Wasu Chaopanon, 2001. Semantics, Complexity, and Capability: The Use of Integrated Navigational Tools for Information Finding in Hypertext Document Space, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Thea Ghiselli-Crippa, 2001. Spatial and Temporal Factors in the Acquisition of Spatial Information: A Connectionist Model, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Vichita Vathanophas, 2000.  The Use of Peripheral Social Awareness Tools in Collaborative Systems, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh.

 

Karen Fullerton, 2000, The Interactive Effects of Field Dependence-Independence and Internet Document Manipulation Style on Student Achievement from Computer-Based Instruction, School of Education, University of  Pittsburgh.

 

Misook Heo 2000, A Usability Study on Web Visualization Techniques and User Mental Models,

Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Edward Lomax 1999. An investigation of the Information Seeking Behavior of Medical Oncologists in the Metropolitan Pittsburgh Area Using a Multimethod Approach, Department of Information and Library Science, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh.

 

Dajun Zeng 1998. Multi-Issue Decision Making in Supply Chain Management and Electronic Commerce, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University.

 

Hanhwe Kim 1997.  BIRD: Browsing Interface for Retrieval of Documents, Department of Information Science and Telecommuni- cations, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Bryan Heidorn 1997. Natural Language Processing of Visual Language for Image Storage and Retrieval, Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

David Thomas 1997. The Effect of Interface Design on an Information Retrieval Task, Department of Library and Information Science, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Sherry Koshman 1996. User Testing of a Prototype Visualization-Based Information Retrieval System, Department of Library and Information Science, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Thomas Wall 1994. Testing the efficacy of augmenting OPAC displays with bibliographic enhancements : a systematic study, Department of Library and Information Science, School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh

 

Seth Hammer 1993.  "The CPA's Role as Risk Adviser", Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh.

 

Galal A. Hafez 1991.  The effect of part-task training procedure on the acquisition of a complex skill, Exercise Physiology Program, School of Education, University of Pittsburgh

 

Stephanie Haas 1989. A Procedure for Porting Natural Language Interfaces, Using a Case Hierarchy for Domain Analysis, Department of Information Science, School of Library and Information Science, University of Pittsburgh

 

Publications

 

Book Chapters

 

1.      Sycara, K. and Lewis, M. (to appear) Integrating Intelligent Agents into Human Teams. To appear In E. Salas (Ed) Team Cognition

 

  1. Toth, J. & Lewis, M. (2002)  The Role of working memory and external representation in individual decision making In M. Anderson,  B. Meyer, and P. Olivier  (Eds.) Diagrammatic Representation and Reasoning, Springer- Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg.

 

3.      Lewis, M. (1999). Anticipation, delegation, and demonstration: Why talking to agents is hard. In Klusch, Shehory, & Weiss (Eds): Cooperative Information Agents III, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence vol. 1652, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, 365-389.

 

4.      Lewis, M. and J. Toth  (1994). Situated cognition in diagrammatic reasoning, AAAI Technical Report on Reasoning with Diagrammatic Representations, SS-92-02 Menlo Park, CA: AAAI. 47-52.

 

5.      Lewis, M. & Sycara, K. (1993). Modeling multispecialist decision making, In  M. Smith & G. Salvendy (Eds.) Human-Computer Interaction: Applications and Case Studies.,New York: Elsevier, 481-486.

 

6.      Lewis, M. (1991). Visualization and situations.  In J. Barwise, M. Gawron, G. Plotkin, & S. Tutiya (Eds.), Situation Theory and Its Applications, II, Stanford,CA: CSLI Publications, 553-580.

 

 

Refereed Journals

 

  1. Lewis, M. & Jacobson, J. (2002) Game Engines in Research. Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery (CACM), NY: ACM 45(1), 27-48.

 

 

 

  1. Morse, E., Lewis, M., and Olsen, K. (2002) Testing visual information retrieval methodologies case study: comparative analysis of textual, icon graphical and 'spring' displays. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), Silver Spring, MD: ASIST 53(1) 28-40

 

  1. .

 

9    Morse, E., Lewis, M. and Olsen, K. (2000) Evaluating visualizations: Using a taxonomic guide.  International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 53(5), 637-662.

 

  1. Lewis, M. (1998). Designing for human-agent interaction. AI Magazine.67-78.

 

11. Lewis, M. (1993).  Assessing decision heuristics using machine learning. Decision Support Systems, 10, 199-212.

 

12. Lewis, M. & Sycara, K. (1993). Reaching informed agreement in multi-specialist cooperation, Group Decision and Negotiation,vol 2, 3, 279-300.

 

13. Lewis, M. & Heidorn, B. (1991). Identifying tacit strategies in aircraft maneuvers. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 21(6), 1560-1571.

 

14. Sycara, K. & Lewis M.  (1991). Modeling Group Decision making and negotiation in concurrent product design. Systems Automation: Research and Applications, 1(3), 217-238

 

15. Weiss, M. & Lewis, M. (1991). Telecommunications pricing and consumer expectation: The case of alternate operator services. Telecommunications Policy, Dec 91, 497-508.

 

16. Lewis, C. Michael and Stine, Wm Wren (1989) Hidden dependence in human errors, IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 38:3, NY: IEEE, 296-300.

 

17. Rouse, William B., Hammer, John M., and Lewis, C. Michael (1989) Algorithmic approaches to knowledge engineering, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 19, 558-573.

 

18. Jamison, Wesley and Lewis, C. Michael (1990) UnixTutor: A Menu-Based Transitional Interface, SIGCHI Bulletin, NY: ACM.

 

19. Lewis, C. Michael and Hammer, John M. (1986) Significance testing of rules in rule-based models of human problem solving. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, vol SMC-16, no. 1,154-157

 

20. Gerth, J.M., Lewis, C.M., Stine, Wm, Maple, T.I. (1982) Evaluation of two computerized data collection devices for research in zoos. Zoo Biology, New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.

 

 

Refereed Conferences and Workshops

 

21. Hughes, S. and M. Lewis (2002). Attentive Interaction Techniques for Searching Virtual Environments. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's 46th Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD.

 

22. Hughes, S. and M. Lewis (2002). Directing Attention in Open Scenes. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's 46th Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD.

 

23. Sycara, K. and M. Lewis (2002).Integrating agents into human teams. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society's 46th Annual Meeting, Baltimore MD.

 

24. Sycara, K. and Lewis M. (2002).  From data to actionable knowledge and decision.  Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Data Fusion, Annapolis, MD, July 7-11.

 

25. Hahn, S., Lewis, M., and Lenox, T. (2002).  Impact of Roles on Participation and Task Performance, Etiquette for Human-Computer Work: AAAI Fall Symposium Technical Report FS-02-02., Nov 15-17, Boston, MA.

 

26. Hughes, S., Lewis, M., and Sycara, K. (2002).  Directing Attention in Virtual Environments,  Workshop on Intelligent Human Augmentation & Virtual Environments (WIHAVE 2002), Oct. 17-19, Chapel Hill, NC

 

27. Jacobson, J., Lewis, M., and Sycara, K. (2002).  COTS Multiscreen Displays,  Workshop on Intelligent Human Augmentation & Virtual Environments (WIHAVE 2002), Oct. 17-19, Chapel Hill, NC

 

 

28. Hughes, S., P. Brusilovsky, and M. Lewis. (2002).   Adaptive Navigation Support in 3D E-Commerce Activities . Workshop on Recommendation and Personalization in eCommerce at the 2nd International Conference on Adaptive Hypermedia and Adaptive Web Based Systems, Malaga, Spain.

 

29.  Lewis, M., Lenox, T., Payne, T., & Sycara, K. (2001) Spatial planning in teams of human and machine agents. Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Information Technology and Spatial Planning, Isole Tremiti, It.

 

30. Lenox, T., Hahn, S., Lewis, M., Payne, T. and Sycara, K. (2000) Task characteristics and intelligent aiding.  Proceedings of the 2000  IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Oct 8-11, Nashville, TN, 1123-1127.

 

31. Nuri, M., Hughes, S., and Lewis, M. (2000) Scriptor: Using deictics, dialog, and supervised learning to convey instructions. Proceedings of the 2000  IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Oct 8-11, Nashville, TN, 1128-1133.

 

32. Hughes, S. and Lewis M. (2000) Attentive camera navigation in virtual environments.  Proceedings of the 2000  IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Oct 8-11, Nashville, TN, 967-970. 

 

33. Payne, T., Sycara, K., Lewis, M., Lenox, T., and Hahn, S. (2000) Varying the user interaction within multi-agent systems Autonomous Agents 2000.

 

34.  Lenox, T., Hahn, S., Lewis, M., Payne, T. and Sycara, K. (2000) Agent-based aiding for individual and team planning tasks IEA 2000/HFES 2000 Congress

 

35.  Payne, T., Lenox, T., Hahn, S., Sycara, K., and Lewis, M. (2000) Agent-Based Support for Human/Agent Teams CHI 2000 Demonstrations.

 

36. Payne, T., Lenox, T., Hahn, S., Lewis, M., and Sycara, K. (2000). Agent-Based team aiding in a time critical task. Proceedings of the Thirty-Third Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-33), IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, CA.

 

37.  Lenox, T., Hahn, S., Lewis, M., and Roth, E. (1999). Improving performance: Should we support individuals or teams?  Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 43rd Annual Meeting, HFES, Santa Monica, CA,  223-227.

 

38. Lenox, T., Lewis, M., Roth, E., Roberts, L., Shern, R. and Rafalski, T.(1998). Support of Teamwork in Human-Agent Teams  Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Oct 12-14, San Diego, CA 1341-1346.

 

39. Morse, E., Lewis, M., Korfhage, R., and Olsen, K. (1998). Evaluation of text, numeric and graphical presentations for information retrieval interfaces: User preference and task performance measures. Proceedings of the 1998 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Oct 12-14, San Diego, CA, 1026-1031.

 

40. Sycara, K., Lewis, M., Lenox, T., and Roberts, L. (1998). Calibrating trust to integrate intelligent agents into human teams, in Proceeding of the 31st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Jan 5-9,

 

41. Jacobson, J. & Lewis, M. (1997). An Experimental comparison of three methods for collision handling in virtual environments, in Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Sept. 22-26, Albuquerque, NM

 

42. Jacobson, J. & Lewis, M. (1997). Collision handling in virtual environments; facilitating natural user motion, in Proceeding of the 1997 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Oct. 12-15, Orlando, FL

 

43. Lenox, T., Roberts, L., & Lewis, M. (1997). Human-Agent interaction in a target identification task, in Proceeding of the 1997 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Oct. 12-15, Orlando, FL

 

44. Morse, E. & Lewis, M. (1997). Why information retrieval visualizations sometimes fail, in Proceeding of the 1997 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Oct. 12-15, Orlando, FL

 

45. Toth, J. & Lewis, M. (1997). The Role of working memory and external representation in individual decision making In Working Notes of the AAAI Fall Symposium

 

46. Edlund, Carl,  Weise, Charlotte,  & Lewis, Michael.  (1995).  Context Engineering For Human Problem Solving.  IJCAI-95 Workshop on Modeling Context in Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.  August 20. Montreal, Canada.

 

47. Edlund, Carl and Lewis, Michael. (1995).  A Graphical User Interface Design Environment. Graphics Interface '95.  May 18-19.  Quebec City, Canada.

 

48. Edlund, Carl, and Lewis, Michael. (1995).  An Automated Approach to Dynamic Interface Presentation Design. Flairs '95.  April 26-29. Venice Beach,  Fla.

 

49. Edlund, Carl and Lewis, Michael (1995). Fidelity of dynamics in integrated displays. Proceedings of the 1995 IEEE International Conference on Systems Man, and Cybernetics, 3139-3143.

 

50. Edlund, Carl, Hume, Sam, and Lewis, Michael (1995). Ecological design for a network scheduling interface. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 39th Annual Meeting, Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 501-505.

 

51. Hume, Sam Lewis, Michael, and Edlund, Carl (1995). Operator performance at network scheduling with dynamic pricing and limited capacities. Proceedings of the 1995 IEEE International Conference on Systems Man, and Cybernetics, 3838-3843.

 

52. Edlund, C. and Lewis, Michael (1995). A Metric for situated difficulty . Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Pittsburgh, PA July 20-25, pp. 455-459.

 

53. Lewis, M. (1994). A method for selecting optimal analogies. Proceedings of the 1994 International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Piscataway, NJ: IEEE, pp.  2743-2748.

 

54. Lewis, M. (1994). Using Situation Centered Analogy for Interface Design. OZCHI 94, Harmony through working together, Canberra, Australia: Ergonomics Society of Australia, Inc., pp. 67-72.

 

55.  Edlund, C. and Lewis, M. (1994). Comparing display integration strategies for control of a simple steam plant. Proceedings of the 1994 International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Piscataway, NJ: IEEE, pp. 2686-2691.

 

56.  Edlund, C. and Lewis, M. (1994). Comparing ecologically constrained and conventional displays in control of a simple steam plant.  Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 38th Annual Meeting, Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, pp. 486-490.

 

57. Lewis, M. & Spoor, R. (1993). Thinking with a mouse.Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Boulder, CO, June 18-21, pp. 659-663.

 

58. Lewis, M. & Kim, H. (1993). Noise and emergent features in integrated displays.Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Seattle, WA, October 11-15, pp. 520-523.

 

59. Lewis, M. & Weise, C. (1993). Situation theoretic methods for display design,Proceedings of the Topical Meeting on Nuclear Plant Instrumentation, Control, and Man-Machine Interface Technologies, Oak Ridge, TN, April 18-21.

 

60. Edlund, C. & Lewis, M.  (1993). Ecological display integration for direct process control of a simple steam plant, Prooceedings of the Topical Meeting on Nuclear Plant Instrumentation, Control, and Man-Machine Interface Technologies, Oak Ridge, TN, April 18-21.

 

61. Lewis, M. (1992). Why are situations hard?, Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Bloomington, IN, 939-944.

 

62. Lewis, M. & Toth J. (1992) Situated cognition in diagrammatic reasoning, Working Notes AAAI Spring Symposium, Stanford, CA, 47-52.

 

63.  Lewis, M. & Sycara, K. (1992). Informed Decision making in Multi-specialist cooperation. Eleventh International Workshop on Distributed AI, Glen Arbor, MI, 215-227.

 

64. Lewis, M., & Sycara, K. (1991). Fusing Disparate Expertise in Multi-Agent Cooperation. Proceedings of the IJCAI-91 Workshop on Intelligent and Cooperative Information Systems, Sydney, Australia, 187-198.

 

65. Sycara, K., & Lewis, M. (1991). Forming Shared Mental Models. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society Chicago, 400-405.

 

66. Sycara, K., & Lewis, M. (1991). Cooperation of Heterogeneous Agents Through the Formation of Shared Mental Models. Proceedings of the AAAI-91 Workshop on Cooperation Among Heterogeneous Intelligent Systems,Anaheim, CA.

 

67. Jamison, Wesley and Lewis, C. Michael (1990) UnixTutor: A Menu-Based Transitional Interface, SIGCHI Bulletin, NY: ACM.

 

68. Denault, L.G., Lewis, C.M., Debons, A., and Stein, K.L. (1990). An integrative display for patient monitoring. Proceedings of the 1990 International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Los Angeles, CA, 515-517.

 

69. Lewis, C. Michael. (1990)  Modeling individual differences at a process control task. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 34th Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, 917-921.

 

70. Kuntz, Timothy E., Amorosa, William P., and Lewis, C. Michael (1990) Display characteristics and errors at a complex data entry task. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 34th Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, 499-503.

 

71. Lewis, C. Michael (1989) Comparing subject strategies at a process control task, Proceedings of the 1989 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Cambridge, MA: IEEE, 971-976.

 

72. Lewis, C. Michael and Jamison, Wesley (1989) Using menus to learn, Proceedings of the 1989 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Cambridge, MA: IEEE, 309-311.

 

73. Lewis, C. Michael and Jamison, Wesley (1989) Problem solving in naive users, Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, Denver, CO: Human Factors Society.

 

74. Jamison, Wesley and Lewis, C. Michael (1989) UNIXTUTOR: Using a transitional interface for learning UNIX, Proceedings of the 28th Annual Technical Symposium of the Washington, DC Chapter of ACM,Gaithersburg, MD: ACM, 13-22.

 

75. Jamison, Wesley and Lewis, C. Michael (1988) Use of menu and command interface modes in a hybrid interface, Proceedings of the 51st ASIS Annual Meeting, 127-131.

 

76. Lewis, C. Michael (1985) Rule-based analysis of pilot decisions. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, 901-904

 

77. Lewis, C. Michael (1985) Issues in rule identification and logical induction. Proceedings of the 1985 International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 537-540.

 

78. Potash, L.M., Stewart, M., Dietz, P.E., Lewis, C.M., and Dougherty, E.M. (1981) Experience in integrating the operator contributions in the PRA of actual operating plants. Proceedings of the American Nuclear Society/European Nuclear Society Topical Meeting on PRA,Hinsdale, IL: American Nuclear Society

 

79. Lewis, C. Michael (1982) Unresolved issues in the prediction of latent errors. Proceedings of the 9th Annual Engineering Conference on Reliability for the Electric Power Industry, Milwaukee: American Society for Quality Control

 

Nonrefereed Publications

 

80. Lewis, Michael (1992). Situated visualization: Building interfaces from the mind up. Multimedia Review, 4(1), Spring, 23-40.

 

81. Lewis, C. Michael (1986). Identification of Rule-Based Models Report No. 86-5, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

 

82. Lewis, C. Michael (1986) Human Factors Considerations for the Control Room: Design Guide of the Duane Arnold Energy Center. design guide DGC-E101, Iowa Electric Light and Power Co.

 

83. Oconee PRA: A Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Oconee Unit 3. NSAC-60, Palo Alto, CA: The Nuclear Safety Analysis Center/Electric Power Research Institute, 1984

 

84. Study of Valve Mispositioning Involving Human Error. INPO-85-015, Atlanta, GA: Institute of Nuclear Power Operations, 1982