Application of neuroergonomics in the industrial design of mining equipment.

@inproceedings{Mach2015ApplicationON,
  title={Application of neuroergonomics in the industrial design of mining equipment.},
  author={Quoc Hao Mach},
  year={2015}
}
Neuroergonomics is an interdisciplinary field merging neuroscience and ergonomics to optimize performance. In order to design an optimal user interface, we must understand the cognitive processing involved. Traditional methodology incorporates self-assessment from the user. This dissertation examines the use of neurophysiological techniques in quantifying the cognitive processing involved in allocating cognitive resources. Attentional resources, cognitive processing, memory and visual scanning… CONTINUE READING

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