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Contemporary Ergonomics 1996
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society : University of Leicester 10-12 April 1996av S Robertson2819Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.Contemporary Ergonomics 1996 is the proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Ergonomics Society at the University of Leicester, including research from many of the leading specialists in fields including consumer ergonomics, marine ergonomics and organization ergonomics.
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Donald Broadbent Memorial Address 1. Ergonomics in orbit Keynote Address 2. Pedestrians in the road environment Cognitive Quality in Advanced Crew Systems Concepts 3. A testpilot's perspective on advanced avionics 4. Cognitive compatibility: Advanced display concepts for future aircraft crewstations 5. Decision support and task nets 6. Cognitive compatibility: A conceptual framework for cognitive quality in advanced crew systems design 7. Cognitive quality in advanced crew systems concepts: The training of the aircrew-machine team Consumer Ergonomics 8. User involved design of a parking facility for bicycles 9. Displeasure and how to avoid it 10. Regional differences in capacities of the elderly, relevant to man-product interaction Hands and Holding 11. The measurement of skin friction 12. A contribution to the understanding of the role of digital pulp in hand grip performance Marine Ergonomics 13. Positioning electronic aids in small fishing vessels 14. Optimisation of the fuzzy helmsman model using a genetic algorithm Ergonomics Awareness 15. A European ergonomics network 16. Teaching user involved design in the Delft curriculum Organisational Ergonomics 17. Comparison of working situation in small scale enterprises in Sweden, Japan and Korea 18. Change processes in small wood companies 19. The sick building syndrome, stress, and perceived and desired personal control Anthropometry 20. Validity and usability of 3D anthropometric computer models in consumer safety uses 21. Anthropometric design of a size system for school furniture 22. Use of the ADAPS computer man-model by expert and novice users- a pilot study Alarms 23. Alternative means of personal identification for an alarm system 24. Warning label design: Trading off colour against font size 25. The design of psychologically appropriate auditory information signals Risk and Error 26. A human reliability assessment screening method for a Canadian reactor upgrade 27. Mapping knowledge utilisation by nuclear power plant operators in complex scenarios 28. Developing and validating ESCAPAID: A computer model of evacuation from complex spaces 29. Risks to forklift truck drivers in cold stores 30. Railway signals passed at danger: The prevention of human error 31. Contributory factors for outdoor falls in postal delivery employees Thermoregulation 32. Effectiveness of a neck cooling personal conditioning unit at reducing thermal strain during heat stress 33. Reducing runner's risk in sudden hot/humid weather: Wilson's hot weather heuristic 34. Heat stress in night-clubs 35. MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS 36. Potential musculoskeletal risk factors in electricity distribution linesmen tasks 37. Musculoskeletal disorders arising from the harvesting of palm oil fruit in Malaysia 38. Conflicts and harassment as risk factor for musculoskeletal shoulder problems The Ergonomics of Training 39. Individual differences in fault finding skill can be reliably predicted after all 40. Training for stressful environments: Implications for the Royal Navy 41. Expertise at X-ray film reading: The role of attention, and identification training 42. Helping learners get started: Designing a minimal manual for a telecoms terminal Task Analysis 43. The practical integration of task analysis into system development 44. Recent developments in hierarchical task analysis 45. Concurrent engineering and the supply chain, from an ergonomics perspective 46. Development of a human factors task database for human performance evaluation 47. Workload under complex task conditions Allocation of Functions 48. Future naval systems: The importance of task allocation 49. Balancing task allocation in teams 50. Real world constraints on the allocation of functions 51. KOMPASS: Complementary allocation of production tasks in sociotechnical systems 52. Towards a new method of task allocation: Preliminary findings Drivers and Driving 53. Whither RTI, wither road traffic signs? 54. New car displays and driver interaction asses