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Human Systems Design: Towards an Integrative Conceptual Framework

Abstract : Conceiving artefacts and tools is one of the major key characteristics of the human species. Since the beginning of automation and even more since the spreading of computer science, this activity has become more and more challenging especially through the analysis of the different interaction modes between the artifacts and the human. Nowadays, developing an artifact that must interact with a human is requiring an integrative point of view which must include biological, physical and cybernetical concerns. The current norms aimed at characterizing the quality and the relevance of human machine interface are generally limited to standard interfaces and/or to specific domain. The goal of this paper is to propose an integrative conceptual framework and ergonomic design criteria for developing human systems.
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Didier Fass, J. M. Christian Bastien, Franck Gechter. Human Systems Design: Towards an Integrative Conceptual Framework. AHFE 2020 Virtual Conference on Human Factors and Systems Interaction, Jul 2020, Florida, United States. ⟨hal-02945217⟩



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