People in Control

People in Control

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The aim of this book is to provide state-of-the-art information on various aspects of human-machine interaction and human-centered issues encountered in the control room setting. As industrial processes have become more automated, there is increasing concern about the performance of the people who control these systems. Human error is increasingly cited as the cause of accidents across many sectors of industry. This book is written primarily by engineers, for engineers involved with human factor issues. Illustrated with useful case studies, this book is essential reading for all students, engineering professionals, and managers interested in machine-human interactions.Volume 2 Elevator traffic analysis, design and control, 2nd edition G.C, Barney and S.M. dos Santos Volume 8 A history of control ... Ryan Volume 18 Applied control theory, 2nd edition J.R. Leigh Volume 20 Design of modern control systems D.J. Bell, P.A. Cook and N. ... to theory and practice, 4th edition P.P. Acarnley Volume 64 Control theory, 2nd edition J. R. Leigh Volume 65 Modelling and parameteranbsp;...


Title:People in Control
Author: Jan Noyes, Matthew Bransby
Publisher:IET - 2001-01-01
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