An Introduction to Human Factors Engineering
Longman, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 636 pages
This text uses extensive case studies which feature a factory assembly line, an automated teller, a household appliance, an aircraft landing, which are used to illustrate human factors challenges to design.
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