Dealing with Huge Amounts of Information

“Limits of human attention; filtering; searching; broad-catch; information overload (does it exist?); information underload (‘everything I know is wrong!’)

“Limits of human attention; filtering; searching; broad-catch; information overload (does it exist?); information underload (‘everything I know is wrong!’); sensory overload; visual display; effects of visual displays on the thoughts of their users (e.g., do astronomers come to think that Saturn really does have the colors they assign to different UV frequencies?); use of senses other than sight.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE