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The direction of the future ergonomics/human factors


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Category(E)PPT slides
Author(J)1) 赤松 幹之
Author(E)1) Motoyuki Akamatsu
Affiliation(J)1) 産業技術総合研究所
Affiliation(E)1) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology


Abstract(E)For the aim of understanding interaction, we integrated concepts developed in related disciplines into an Ergonomics/Human Factors framework. Key concepts are task demand, performance, demand control, balancing between demand and performance and its appraisal, and resource and resource management.

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