IME 320-W10 - L4 Controls

IME 320-W10 - L4 Controls - 1 • List the various options...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 • List the various options for controls • Describe the principles of response selection • Know how to best design discrete controls • Know how to position control devices • Describe the limitations of voice input • Know what is meant by continuous control and tracking • Know some of the advances in remote manipulation or telerobotics sensing Information Processing Response Controls Operation Displays Machine Human Human Machine Interactions Push Button Toggle Switch Rotary Selector Switch Discrete Thumbwheel Knobs Cranks and Levers Handwheels Pedals • Decision Complexity • Response Expectancy • Compatibility • Speed-Accuracy Tradeoff • Feedback • Coding • Resistance • Accidental Activation • Decision Complexity • Response Expectancy • Compatibility • Speed-Accuracy Tradeoff • Feedback • Coding • Resistance • Accidental Activation Speed and Accuracy Tradeoffs...
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course IME 320 taught by Professor Mcfarland during the Winter '10 term at Cal Poly.

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IME 320-W10 - L4 Controls - 1 • List the various options...

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