is needed for construction.
better the assessment the better the construction.
also means assessment of Human performance and potential errors
in new systems.
work-places is comparably easy.
simple rearrangements make products easier to handle.
methods and low effort may already lead to enhanced products.
quantitative assessment, we need models to classify the observations
or to develop a predictive method.
and classifications can be simple or complex.
use models and classifications in any second of our life - for walking and eating
as well as as for flying to the moon.
golden ergonomic law: Strive for compatibility.
not make compatible what has to be distingished by a user.
controls have to be made incompatible in order to reduce Human
individuals is not useful for system-design.
is necessary in order to keep predictions valid enough for
the user group of a system.
needs valid data and well constructed scales.
of hazards is challenging but essential for health and safety.
methods were developed for that.
a look at the CAHR method and links to find out more.
usually comprises the average performance of user-groups.
show that individuals and individual decisions are not well reflected
in old assessment methods.
assessment methods therefore take the context of human actions
what we want: an efficient and never failing system.
interaction of equipment and humans is often not treated well
connectionism assessment is overcoming this deficiency and
achieving high reliability.