Edwin Hutchins mainly focuses on Human–computer interaction, Information processing, Task, Cognitive psychology and Cognitive science. His Human–computer interaction research includes elements of Applications of artificial intelligence and Software engineering. His Information processing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vocabulary and Cockpit.
Edwin Hutchins has researched Task in several fields, including Social relation, Augmented cognition and Conceptual framework. His Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Group decision-making, Socially distributed cognition, Motor cognition, Social cognition and Social organization. Cognitive science is connected with Commercial aviation, Suite, Unit of analysis, Successful completion and Cognitive models of information retrieval in his study.
Edwin Hutchins mostly deals with Cognitive science, Human–computer interaction, Artificial intelligence, Process and Cockpit. He has included themes like Cognitive robotics, Embodied cognition, Socially distributed cognition, Perspective and Human intelligence in his Cognitive science study. His study focuses on the intersection of Embodied cognition and fields such as Gesture with connections in the field of Semiotics, Modalities and Scientific theory.
His work investigates the relationship between Human–computer interaction and topics such as Visualization that intersect with problems in Eye tracking. Specifically, his work in Artificial intelligence is concerned with the study of Lexicon. The various areas that Edwin Hutchins examines in his Cockpit study include Simulation, Crew and Information processing.
Edwin Hutchins focuses on Cognitive science, Human–computer interaction, Automation, Visualization and Epistemology. In his study, Perspective, Extended cognition, Ecosystem and Knowledge management is strongly linked to Socially distributed cognition, which falls under the umbrella field of Cognitive science. As a part of the same scientific study, Edwin Hutchins usually deals with the Extended cognition, concentrating on Set and frequently concerns with Heuristic.
His Human–computer interaction study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Interactive visualization, Annotation, Software deployment and Data science. His studies in Visualization integrate themes in fields like Cockpit and Eye tracking. His work in the fields of Philosophy of language and Philosophy of mind overlaps with other areas such as Yet another and Privilege.
Cognitive science, Cognitive ecology, Automation, Automotive engineering and Simulation are his primary areas of study. His research in Cognitive science intersects with topics in Extended cognition, Socially distributed cognition, Ecosystem and Set. Edwin Hutchins integrates many fields, such as Automation and Steering wheel, in his works.
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Cognition in the wild
Cognition in the Wild.
Maurice Bloch;Edwin Hutchins.
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (1998)
Distributed cognition: toward a new foundation for human-computer interaction research
James Hollan;Edwin Hutchins;David Kirsh.
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (2000)
How a Cockpit Remembers Its Speeds
Edwin L. Hutchins.
Cognitive Science (1995)
Direct manipulation interfaces
Edwin L. Hutchins;James D. Hollan;Donald A. Norman.
Human-Computer Interaction (1985)
Distributed Cognition in an Airline Cockpit
Edwin Hutchins;Tove Klausen.
The social organization of distributed cognition.
Edwin L. Hutchins.
Perspectives on socially shared cognition (1991)
The technology of team navigation
Intellectual teamwork (1990)
Material anchors for conceptual blends
Journal of Pragmatics (2005)
Organizing Work by Adaptation
Organization Science (1991)
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