A Humanoid-Robotics Method for Predicting Construction Work Performance

@inproceedings{OBrien1999AHM,
  title={A Humanoid-Robotics Method for Predicting Construction Work Performance},
  author={Jonathan B. O'Brien},
  year={1999}
}
  • J. O'Brien
  • Published 24 September 1999
  • Computer Science
A major obstacle to the refinement of modem construction engineering practice is the inability of the industry to exactly predict (in some theoretical rigorous manner) the beforethe-event performance of construction workers in the execution of particular tasks or to account for the actual method or systems of work employed or to allow for small changes in the task or in its solution technology. This paper addresses the (novel) worker-task performance prediction problem and seeks to solve it… 

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