Human-centered design (HCD) of a fault-finding application for mobile devices and its impact on the reduction of time in fault diagnosis in the manufacturing industry.

  title={Human-centered design (HCD) of a fault-finding application for mobile devices and its impact on the reduction of time in fault diagnosis in the manufacturing industry.},
  author={Annette Kluge and Anatoli Termer},
  journal={Applied ergonomics},
  volume={59 Pt A},

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