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Introduction To Humans In Engineered Systems

Author : Roger Remington
ISBN : 9781118329955
Genre : Psychology
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Fully up-to-date coverage of human factorsengineering—plus online access to interactive demonstrationsand exercises Engineering accomplishments can be as spectacular as a moonlanding or as mundane as an uneventful drive to the local grocerystore. Their failures can be as devastating as a plane crash or amassive oil spill. Over the past decade, psychologists andengineers have made great strides in understanding how humansinteract with complex engineered systems—humanengineering. Introduction to Humans in Engineered Systems provideshistorical context for the discipline and an overview of some ofthe real-world settings in which human engineering has beensuccessfully applied, including aviation, medicine, computerscience, and ground transportation. It presents findings on thenature and variety of human-engineering environments, humancapabilities and limitations, and how these factors influencesystem performance. Important features include: Contents organized around the interaction of the human operatorwith the larger environment to guide the analysis of real-worldsituations A web-based archive of interactive demonstrations, exercises,and links to additional readings and tools applicable to a range ofapplication domains Web content customizable for focus on particular areas of studyor research

Introduction To Humans In Engineered Systems

Author : Roger Remington
ISBN : 9781118332719
Genre : Psychology
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Fully up-to-date coverage of human factorsengineering—plus online access to interactive demonstrationsand exercises Engineering accomplishments can be as spectacular as a moonlanding or as mundane as an uneventful drive to the local grocerystore. Their failures can be as devastating as a plane crash or amassive oil spill. Over the past decade, psychologists andengineers have made great strides in understanding how humansinteract with complex engineered systems—humanengineering. Introduction to Humans in Engineered Systems provideshistorical context for the discipline and an overview of some ofthe real-world settings in which human engineering has beensuccessfully applied, including aviation, medicine, computerscience, and ground transportation. It presents findings on thenature and variety of human-engineering environments, humancapabilities and limitations, and how these factors influencesystem performance. Important features include: Contents organized around the interaction of the human operatorwith the larger environment to guide the analysis of real-worldsituations A web-based archive of interactive demonstrations, exercises,and links to additional readings and tools applicable to a range ofapplication domains Web content customizable for focus on particular areas of studyor research

Introduction To Social Systems Engineering

Author : Huijiong Wang
ISBN : 9789811070402
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book integrates the basic theories (GST and Parson’s AGIL framework), applying them to the components of social systems, state-run and business firms. China’s development experience offers a valuable case study that can provide readers deeper insights into this comparatively young discipline, and into China. Though the discipline of systems engineering and its application to hardware engineering system are well established, social systems engineering is an emerging discipline still being explored. This book may be the first English-language publication on this promising subject.

Apa Handbook Of Human Systems Integration

Author : Deborah Ann Boehm-Davis
ISBN : 1433818280
Genre : Psychology
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Complex Engineered Systems

Author : Dan Braha
ISBN : 9783540328346
Genre : Science
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This book sheds light on the large-scale engineering systems that shape and guide our everyday lives. It does this by bringing together the latest research and practice defining the emerging field of Complex Engineered Systems. Understanding, designing, building and controlling such complex systems is going to be a central challenge for engineers in the coming decades. This book is a step toward addressing that challenge.

Safety And Reliability Of Complex Engineered Systems

Author : Luca Podofillini
ISBN : 9781315648415
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems contains the Proceedings of the 25th European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2015, held 7-10 September 2015 in Zurich, Switzerland. It includes about 570 papers accepted for presentation at the conference. These contributions focus on theories and methods in the area of risk, safety and

Disciplinary Convergence In Systems Engineering Research

Author : Azad M. Madni
ISBN : 9783319622170
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The theme of this volume on systems engineering research is disciplinary convergence: bringing together concepts, thinking, approaches, and technologies from diverse disciplines to solve complex problems. Papers presented at the Conference on Systems Engineering Research (CSER), March 23-25, 2017 at Redondo Beach, CA, are included in this volume. This collection provides researchers in academia, industry, and government forward-looking research from across the globe, written by renowned academic, industry and government researchers.

Rethinking The Fabric Of Geology

Author : Victor R. Baker
ISBN : 9780813725024
Genre : Cartography
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"The 50 years since the publication of 'Fabric of Geology,' edited by C.C. Albritton Jr., have seen immense changes in both geology and philosophy of science. 'Rethinking the Fabric of Geology' explores a number of philosophical issues in geology, ranging from its nature as a historical science to implications for geological education"--Provided by publisher.

Unifying Themes In Complex Systems Vol V

Author : Ali A. Minai
ISBN : 9783642176357
Genre : Science
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The International Conference on Complex Systems (ICCS) creates a unique atmosphere for scientists of all fields, engineers, physicians, executives, and a host of other professionals to explore common themes and applications of complex system science. With this new volume, Unifying Themes in Complex Systems continues to build common ground between the wide-ranging domains of complex system science.

The Oxford Handbook Of Cognitive Engineering

Author : John D. Lee
ISBN : 9780199757183
Genre : Psychology
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This handbook is the first to provide comprehensive coverage of original state-of-the-science research, analysis, and design of integrated, human-technology systems.

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