Human Error and System Design and Management / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Springer London
Human Error and System Design and Management contains a collection of contributions presented at an international workshop with the same nam e held from March 24-26, 1999 at the Technical University of Clausthal , Germany. The purpose of this workshop was to discuss the results of a research project investigating the tInfluences of Human-Machine-Inte rfaces on the Error-proneness of Operator Interaction with Technical S ystemsv in a broad context. Experts from both academia and industry we re invited to participate so that practical, as well as theoretical as pects of the subject matter could be discussed. Topics included recent considerations concerning multimedia and ecological interfaces, as we ll as situation awareness.
Table of Contents
HCI in Supervisory Control: Twelve Dilemmas.- Part I Research in Human Error, Operator Behaviour and Operator Models.- Part II Influence of Human-Machine-Interfaces in Technical Systems.- Part III Technical Aspects.- Part IV Management Issues and Operator Training.- Part V Final Discussion.