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Notes 09-08-15

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Notes 09-08-15 11059

zelly nebrat
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Human Factors Design
Robert Henning

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Date Created: 10/11/15
PSYC 3601001 090815 Page 1 of 1 1 Neuro ergonomics i Neurology of your brain design of your mind a Raja Parasuraman ii Are some individuals genetically better at somethings than others COMT gene a Example Gattaca 2 Apple39s Haptic Tech i Haptic touch system how you interact with the world ii System of feedback a Tactilehaptic feedback when you do something you expect a response 1 Phones vibrate when you type now iii Hysteresis when you push a button you get a forcereaction back With your eyes closed you would be able to tell that yes that key was pressed a Problems feedback delay iv Interested to see how a at glass keyboard will be designed as well as a plastic keyboard feel free to bring in any articles you nd interesting for next class make sure to be doing the readings You canshould read ahead Behavioral cybernetic model will be introduced on Thursday 3 Figure 21 i External systems could be war natural disaster etc ii Tell others about problems What was cause of problem Training system People Which came rst People operatormaintainers or training system iii Example people in control vs environment in control a Driving a car vs car driving you iv Car get you to point A 9 B entertainment social comfort warmth status 4 Figure 25 Page 30 i Waterfall Diagram a Certain order to this ii Operationsmaintenance should be a little higher in the order iii Iterative design you do it again and again and again until you get it right a 1 prototype b 2nCI testing c 3rCI nal product 1St edition d 4th updates e 5th new editions iv Bank Teller Example 1 OperationalNeed Determination list of needs that people had to create machines Need sales team these other similar products have this feature we need it too 2 Operational Concept Formulation what you need identify yourself 3 Concept exploration how do you identify yourself Code card ngerprint to access ATM 4 Concept demonstration and validation system design reviewed what steps needed from here What machine Machine used to keep card now it spits it back out motor memory 5 Full scale engineering development design color marketing 6 Productiondeployment send out to companies technology updates 7 Operation maintenance make sure that there are easy xes 8 Retirement a lnput review systems after every other step External review make sure you39re on point 5 Page 39 i Compromisesquottradeoffsquot a With softwarehardware engineer ii Ex in class a A small startup company wants to offer valet services for students with commuter parking passes Drive car to center of campus and hand it off to driver Identify some operational needs Existingplanned capabilities to meet anticipated needs Additional operational capability required Exploitable technology Constraints a Available spots time constraints weather snow takes up spots sensors in pavement organizing keys liability background checks b Operational Concept i Go in drop off give keys valets job from there on out ii How to pick up car Brought to you or you pick it up PWF E Finish reading Chapter 2


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