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Mind Ergonomy for the Knowledge Economy : software Neuroergonomics and Biomimetics for the Knowledge Economy. Why? How? What?

Abstract : Could we flow knowledge faster and better? Why is this a problem in the first place? How can we tackle it technologically? What could be a prototype solution? This work unifies these questions in the outline of a single, refutable paradigm of noodynamics - the study of knowledge flows - and nooconomics, the economy of knowledge. This paradigm will answer the question “Why”. Neuroergonomics (“brain ergonomics”), and biomimicry, will be summoned in answer to the question “How”. Their contribution will follow from the simplest knowledge flow equation that is proposed in this work. Two original optimisation problems are also posed in software neuroergonomics and biomimetics: the Mindscape and Serendipity Problem. A case of theoretical neuroergonomics, or neuroergonomics ex ante is proposed with the study of Hyperwriting, a written grapheme-loceme association, or a glyphic method for externalising spatial memory. Its application to the design of user interface will finally found neuroergonomic design, or neuromimicry, with the example of a collegial interface to augment multiscale knowledge flows: Chréage. The anatomy of this prototype mindscape will be the conclusion of this work, and its answer to the question “What”?
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Idriss Jamil Aberkane. Mind Ergonomy for the Knowledge Economy : software Neuroergonomics and Biomimetics for the Knowledge Economy. Why? How? What?. Cognitive Sciences. Université Paris Saclay (COmUE), 2016. English. ⟨NNT : 2016SACLX005⟩. ⟨tel-03130253⟩

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