Effects of Task Type, Task Duration, and Age on Body Kinematics and Subjective Fatigue

@inproceedings{Baghdadi2017EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of Task Type, Task Duration, and Age on Body Kinematics and Subjective Fatigue},
  author={Amir Baghdadi and Zahra Sedighi Maman and Lin Lu and Lora A. Cavuoto and Fadel M. Megahed},
  year={2017}
}
Investigating the effects of workload on body kinematics is the first step to identify, monitor, and ultimately reduce the incidence of fatigue, a prevalent phenomenon in the workplace that leads to chronic disorders, loss of productivity, and absenteeism (Lu, Megahed, Sesek, & Cavuoto, 2017, In Press; Ricci, Chee, Lorandeau, & Berger, 2007). In fa- tigue monitoring, kinematic measures including acceleration, jerk, and body posture have been found to be informative (Lu et al., 2017, In Press… CONTINUE READING

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