research will provide feedback to software developers on the effectiveness of data- visualization techniques and initial findings on the effects of agent-based software on human performance.
This work is supported by a grant from the NASA-Goddard Space Flight Center to the University of Maryland (NAG5-3425). Walt Truszkowski is the technical monitor.
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