A primer on the research issues and techniques for each human factors subdiscipline, this book brings together the works of some of the best human factors researchers, from Wickens to Willeges and from Boehm-Davis to Mital. Each of the fourteen chapters, covering a range of topics from consumer products, to medical devices, to military systems, is written by a noted expert in the area, and is a brief tutorial on the research issues, techniques, and apparatus used when conducting research in a particular discipline. For researchers in the field of human engineering.Psychophysical Capacity Modeling of Individual and Combined Manual Materials Handling Activities. ... Kamon, E., Kiser, D., and Pytel, L.J. (1982). Dynamic and static lifting capacity and muscular strength of steelmill workers. American ... Cutting Stock Problem: A Heuristic Solution Based on Operatorsa#39; Intuitive Strategies.
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