Operations research techniques for human factors engineers.
Lind, Judith H.
Hutchins, Charles W.
Sandoz, Patrick A.
Lindsay, Glenn F.
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A variety of operations research techniques and models that are applicable to human factors engineering problems are identified and classified according to the functions or purposes for which they are useful. Several of these techniques are described in sufficient detail for a human factors engineer to determine if they are applicable to a problem of interest. Uses for techniques are illustrated in military-related human factors settings, primarily related to the Navy's antiair warfare mission. References are provided for additional information on each technique.
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