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|Material Type:||Conference publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Martin Helander; Mitsuo Nagamachi; International Ergonomics Association.
|ISBN:||0748400095 9780748400096 0748400303 9780748400300|
|Notes:||Papers from the conference on Human Factors in Design for Manufacturability and Process Planning, held in Honolulu in Aug. 1990.
"Published in collaboration with the International Ergonomics Association."
|Description:||409 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Computer integrated manufacturing : advantages and consequences for human factors design: CIM in IBM / J.R. Steiger [and others] --
Design to product / C. Siemieniuch --
Human factors in design : sociotechnics or ergonomics? / F. Daniellou and A. Garrigou --
A psychosocial and cognitive perspective on computer systems / T. Kjellberg and A. Kjellberg --
A review of design models and a proposal for taxonomy of design / P.R. Vora and M.G. Helander --
Ergonomic design of computer-integrated manufacturing systems concerning indirect production areas of medium-sized companies / R. Upmann --
Computer graphic simulation for ergonomic evaluation in work design / R. Örtengren. pt. 2. Principles in design for manufacturability: Human factors, design for manufacturability and the computer-integrated manufacturing enterprise / M.A. Sinclair --
The role of ergonomics in design for manufacturability / A. Mital and I.E. Morse --
Putting it together with cognitive engineering / P. Baggett --
Product design for manual assembly / M. Helander and D. Furtado --
MI system for assembly sequence planning : human factors considerations / U.A. Seidel --
Product design for inspectability : a systematic procedure / C.G. Drury. pt. 3. Design, analysis and implementation of design for manufacturability: Design for manufacturability through participatory ergonomics / M. Nagamachi and Y. Yamada --
Product design considerations for the reduction of ergonomically related manufacturing costs / E.J. Grossmith --
Assembly ergonomics in the Hawthorne studies / H.M. Parsons --
pt. 4. Planning for production and design of production systems: Just-in-time manufacturing : past, present and future / S. Myazaki --
Human resource issues in manufacturing systems : the effects of JIT/TQM initiatives / J.R. Wilson --
Macro-ergonomic guidelines for production planning / S. Konz. pt. 5. The need for field studies and cognitive modelling: Why field studies? / V. De Keyser --
Use of field studies for design of work stations for integrated manufacturing systems / J. Rasmussen --
Design of a computer supported cooperative work system in an integrated production environment, based on field studies / O. Rindom --
Analysis and aiding the human operator in electronics assembly / S.M. Cohen, C.M. Mitchell and T. Govindaraj --
Intelligent computer-human interaction in real-time multi-tasking process control and monitoring systems / W. Zachary [and others].
|Responsibility:||edited by M. Helander and M. Nagamachi.|