I'm reading a paper , dated 1995, which describes a telemetry display system named Vista-III which was in development at the time. "We will be validating the new functionalities and expect the Vista-III system to be certified for flight at the Mission Control Center in the coming year. Overall, experts and trainees have been enthusiastic about the display management and decision-theoretic recommendations provided in the evolving Vista system."
I like the approach presented in the paper, which organizes the telemetry display system on decision theoretic principles, but I wonder what was the long-term practical significance. I haven't been able to find later references to the Vista-III display system. The only later reference to a NASA telemetry display system is , for which there is an open source software project . This later system appears to be a modernized version of the text-only display described in passing in the paper by Horvitz & Barry, and not organized on decision theoretic principles.
Does anyone know anything about the later development of Vista-III? or any later development efforts on any telemetry system at NASA? What direction did telemetry monitoring systems take in the years after 1995?
 Eric J. Horvitz, Matthew Barry. "Display of Information for Time-Critical Decision Making." Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI1995). https://arxiv.org/abs/1302.4959
EDIT: Paper says that Vista-III is/was a system for Space Shuttle engine monitoring. Horvitz was working for Microsoft at the time, while Barry was at Rockwell. Authors note that "This work was supported by the NASA Johnson Space Center, Rockwell Science Center, the Rockwell Space Operations Company, and National Science Foundation Grant IRI-9108385."