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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 工學院  > 工業工程與工程管理學系 > 期刊論文 >  HUMAN SUPERVISORY PERFORMANCE IN FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS


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    Title: HUMAN SUPERVISORY PERFORMANCE IN FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
    Authors: Hwang, Sheue-Ling;Salvendy, Gavriel
    教師: 黃雪玲
    Date: 1984
    Publisher: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
    Relation: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting Proceedings, Volume 28, Number 8, 1984 , pp. 664-669
    Keywords: SYSTEMS SCIENCE AND CYBERNETICS
    COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING
    COMPUTERS - Applications
    HUMAN ENGINEERING - Subjective Tests
    INDUSTRIAL PLANTS - Flexible Manufacturing Systems
    ROBOTICS - Applications
    Abstract: The Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) integrates humans, computers, robots, and computerized machines in order to meet system goals. The paper explores both the optimal allocation of tasks between human supervisor and computers and the optimal number of machines which a supervisor should control in an FMS. The hypotheses propose an interaction effect between the number of machines and the task allocation level and the existence of an optimal level of number of machines for the operator to monitor. These hypotheses were tested in a statistically balanced experimental design using 30 subjects with three independent variables: number of machines, task allocation, and sequence of task presentation. Results suggest that in the supervision of FMS, the task allocation to the supervisor is critical but that the size of the FMS system (4 to 20 machines), with the allocations studied, has no effect on either stress or performance of the operator in the FMS.
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