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TOWARDS AN OPERATOR 4.0 TYPOLOGY: A HUMAN-CENTRIC PERSPECTIVE ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TECHNOLOGIES

@inproceedings{David2016TOWARDSAO,
  title={TOWARDS AN OPERATOR 4.0 TYPOLOGY: A HUMAN-CENTRIC PERSPECTIVE ON THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION TECHNOLOGIES},
  author={Romero David and Johan Stahre and Thorsten Wuest and Ovidiu Noran and Peter Bernus and {\AA}sa Fasth Berglund and Dominic Gorecky},
  year={2016}
}
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