Human Factors and Behavioral Neurobiology
Surveys and interviews reveal that general aviation manufacturers rely on user[s] to identify problems in maintenance documentation with corrections typically initiated in response to users-reported problems found in the manual;. This investigation compares techniques that manufacturers can use to improve the quality of the maintenance documentation developed by technical writing groups. The techniques, User Performance and Cognitive Walkthrough, were used to identify problems in aircraft maintenance documentation.
United States Federal Aviation Administration
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Chaparro, A., Rogers, B., Hambllin, C., & Chaparro, B. (2004). Final Report: A Comparison of Three Evaluative Techniques for Validating Maintenance Documentation. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/1203