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Abstract

The paper focuses on a research aimed at improving training of these people and proposes a classification frame to study hazards in human-machine interaction. This classification represents the starting point for developing a simulation device for improving current training techniques. This classification frame, named HI-SMITH (Human Interaction with Smith MachInery Troubles Hunter), allows to satisfy cause-effect relations on the basis of erroneous actions performed by subjects when working (task development). The proposed classification covers a variety of categories enabling us to describe their peculiarities, and identifies a new approach, which is human-factor orientated, to the disabled-machine interaction.

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Authors: SIRTORI L, IRCCS "E.MEDEA" Bioengineering Laboratory, Bosisio Parini (LC) (IT);POZZOLI U, IRCCS "E.MEDEA" Bioengineering Laboratory, Bosisio Parini (LC) (IT);RENI G, IRCCS "E.MEDEA" Bioengineering Laboratory, Bosisio Parini (LC) (IT);PEDRALI M, IRCCS "E.MEDEA" Laboratory for applied psychology, Bosisio Parini (CS) (IT);TACCA B, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Systems, Informatics and Safety, Ispra (IT)
Bibliographic Reference: Paper presented: International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs / ICCHP 2000, Karlsruhe University (DE) 17-21 July 2000
Availability: Available from European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Ispra (IT)
Record Number: 200012270 / Last updated on: 2000-08-10
Category: PUBLICATION
Original language: en
Available languages: en