GOMS Model (Card, Moran, and Newell) | Learning Theories

Another model used for intelligence based systems.  A basis of formula to determine the probabilities given the components.    Is also used in training and other metrics.  Management

Excerpt:  Summary: The GOMS Model is a human information processing model that predicts what skilled users will do in seemingly unpredictable situations.
Originators and proponents: Card, Moran and Newell in 1983; Bonnie John et al.

This model is the general term for a family of human information processing techniques that attempt to model and predict user behavior. Typically used by software designers, a person’s behavior is analyzed in terms of four components:

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