Lecture 21 - Controls - Design of Controls Extension of...

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Unformatted text preview: Design of Controls Extension of Power & Horse Power Control: An Interface Match human physical and cognitive capability & task requirements Problem: Adequacy In A Context Reduce Physical And Cognitive Workload Design of Controls: Basic Criteria 1. Accessibility Accessible by Everybody Anthropometry, Anatomy of operator Location Dependent on workplace and function of control Separation (Distance between controls) Accessibility Distance Location Separation 2. Identifiability Perception, recognition • Readability by the appropriate sensory modality (vision, tact) •Function of control •State (on/off; location of controlled mechanism) 2. Identifiability (cont.) Coding usually one dimension shape color enhancement size by combination label of 2 codes state operational method Turn on TV Turn on VCR Turn off TV & VCR 3. Usability How to control the control 3.1 Compatibility physical & psychological Requirements Force (isometric) Displacement (isotonic) gain Elastic (Force+displacement) sensitivity Speed-Accuracy trade-off 3.1.2 Compatibility with display Stimulus (Display) Response (control) Good Bad Compatibility Usability (cont.) 3.2 Feedback of Action (Encoding of new state)...
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2010 for the course IOE 265 taught by Professor Garyherrin during the Fall '09 term at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

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Lecture 21 - Controls - Design of Controls Extension of...

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