Literature Survey for Collaborative Displays


  1. Burns, C.
  2. Roth, E.
  3. Barone, A.
  4. Brooks, J.
Corporate Authors
Defence R&D Canada - Toronto, Toronto ONT (CAN);Options Inc, Ottawa Ont (Can)
A literature review project has been completed to investigate the literature on collaborative displays as they relate to command and control in general and naval command and control specifically. Using a defined set of keywords and literature sources the project team identified a total of 461 papers, of which 392 of the most relevant papers have been rated using a literature relevance matrix. Of the literature identified in the search, 21 papers were reviewed in detail in Phase II. The literature review identified a series of weaknesses in the collaborative display literature related to practical evaluations of the technology, lack of human performance testing, lack of context in the research, and an absence of research to investigate the scaling of technology from single person to collaborative displays. To address weaknesses in the literature, and to develop guidance for future acquisition projects and operational teams, a three pronged R&D program is recommended to (i) extend the literature review and theoretical development of the domain, (ii) experiment with naval collaborative displays, and (iii) coordinate and integrate collaborative display research throughout DRDC/DND.

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Collaborative displays;Shared displays;Naval displays;Operations room displays;Large Displays;Canadian Patrol Frigate displays
Report Number
DRDC-TORONTO-CR-2002-186 — Contractor Report (Final)
Date of publication
02 Oct 2002
Number of Pages
Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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