HIP2008_091208Lecture

HIP2008_091208Lecture - Mental Workload: Why Industrial...

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Mental Workload: Why Industrial Engineering : Industrial engineering is simply, “designing and improving systems” or, engineering that deals with the design, improvement, and installation of integrated systems (as of people, materials, and energy) Human Factors : Discipline that studies human capabilities and performance capacities and applies this information in the design of systems. The goal of human factors as making the human interaction with systems one that: Enhances performance. Increases safety. Increases user satisfaction. Good Systems Design : Performance Demand a task imposes on the operators limited resources
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Mental Workload Mental workload Relationship between task demands and operator resources Demands Resources Demands Resources Lower mental workload Higher mental workload
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Mental Workload Mental workload is: The degree of cognitive effort required for sufficient task performance Dependent upon operator experience Multidimensional
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2008 for the course ISE 5604 taught by Professor Wwwinchester during the Fall '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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HIP2008_091208Lecture - Mental Workload: Why Industrial...

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