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Human-Centered Technology for Maintainability: Workshop Proceedings
Interim paper Sep 1990-Feb 1991
SYSTEMS EXPLORATION INC DAYTON OH
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This volume contains the proceedings of a workshop held on 12-13 September on human-centered design technology for maintainability assessment. It contains 23 original papers describing current technology in constituent fields such as computer-graphics, human modeling, anthropometric and related measurement problems, workstation concepts, and human factors evaluation. New research directions are highlighted, especially those proposed by the Armstrong Laboratory Human Resources Directorate.
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