'The Complexity of Proceduralized Tasks' deals with the problem of quantifying the complexity of a proceduralized task; in other words, a task written as a procedure. This book proposes a systematic framework that is able to quantify the complexity of proceduralized tasks. This approach is designed to complement existing methods that have focused mainly on making procedures easier to understand, rather than enhancing their overall performance. 'The Complexity of Proceduralized Tasks' will be a valuable resource for researchers and students who are interested in the provision of effective procedures for the purpose of enhancing the performance of human operators. It discusses a range of complexity factors, with chapters dedicated to such topics as software complexity, emergency tasks, and the TACOM measure.