Toward theory-driven , quantitative performance measurement in ergonomics science : the abstraction hierarchy as a framework for data analysis

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  title={Toward theory-driven , quantitative performance measurement in ergonomics science : the abstraction hierarchy as a framework for data analysis},
  author={Im and J. V. and ICENTE},
  year={2003}
}
function/sub-system At this level of the AH, there are 12 variables that describe the state of the microworld: MO1, EI1, EO1, M1, E1, MI1, MO2, EI2, EO2, M2, E2 and MI2 (see Bisantz and Vicente 1994). With the addition of time, they form a 13-dimensional space. Multi-variance is de®ned in the same way as variance at the goal level, except that the variables are normalized with respect to their maximum possible scale values. This normalization process removes any arti®cial, di€ erential… CONTINUE READING

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