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Reference number 3953   (Listed in Apr. 21, 2010) (Categories Mechanics / Information and communication / Aeronautics and Cosmology / Atmosphere and Ocean)
Interface Design Method for Aircraft, Ship, and Plant Process Systems
Contents There are many instruments for displaying measurement items arranged on control rooms, control panels, operation panels, computer displays, and the like in process systems, resulting in a major problem that the burden on human's cognitive and judgment functions and therefore the possibility of false recognition and judgment increase. So far, no systematic and specific design methodology has ever been developed to address this problem. In the laboratory, they have developed an ecological interface design method on the basis of biological psychology to solve this problem and have been trying to apply this method to practical systems. We hope to work with your company if you are interested in this problem.

Keywords: man-machine interface / graphical user interface / display design / ecological interface
FURUTA, Kazuo, Professor
Graduate School of Engineering, Resilience Engineering Research Center


Design Example of Hierarchical Ecological Interface Screen for Turbine Control System in Nuclear Power Plant (Partial)
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