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Abstract

The COST 212 Project aims to aid the planning and introduction of new information services by: - the evaluation of the effects of additional phenomena on everyday life, taking into account the following different areas, according to each national situation: telematics, electronics, statistics, socio-psychological, behavioural, economic, marketing, technical, scientific and industrial aspects, time budget, personal security; - the evaluation of the degree of use and, as a result, acceptance of the service, once the type of user has been identified. COST 212 activities and the main aspects of the COST 212 results are reviewed. Case studies from Sweden, Finland, Spain and Italy are presented. These experimental studies were carried out in order to verify the methodologies evolved by the project and to provide modifications and improvements to the human factors methodologies.

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Authors: ORLANDO A (EDITOR), Fondazione Ugo Bordoni, Roma (IT)
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 13189 EN (1991) 125 pp., FS, ECU 11.25
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ISBN: ISBN 92-826-2020-4
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