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Design and Validation of a Method to Characterize Human Interaction Variability

Kailyn Cage, Monifa Vaughn-Cooke, Mark Fuge
2020 Systems  
The present work aims to introduce and validate the effectiveness of the Interaction Variability method, which maps product components and musculoskeletal regions to determine explicit design parameters  ...  Interaction variability was introduced and validated in this work as a standardized approach to identify, define, and map human and product interactions, which may reduce unintended use cases and user  ...  Acknowledgments: Thank you to the HSIS Lab and Undergraduate Researcher, Dania Morris, for assistance in material dissemination and assistance in data collection efforts.  ... 
doi:10.3390/systems8030032 doaj:d2bd1b40736841c6b7d39f1b820b0a2a fatcat:2sob3vktavdorbwid664f4ahui

Variable Stiffness Control with Strict Frequency Domain Constraints for Physical Human-Robot Interaction [article]

Wulin Zou, Pu Duan, Yawen Chen, Ningbo Yu, Ling Shi
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Variable impedance control is advantageous for physical human-robot interaction to improve safety, adaptability and many other aspects.  ...  Finally, the proposed approach is validated by simulations, experiments and comparisons with a gain-fixed passivity-based PID method.  ...  CONSTRAINTS CHARACTERIZATION AND CONTROLLER DESIGN A.  ... 
arXiv:2008.03663v1 fatcat:uvovmdq665egtg3jfjz637bftq

Human Factors Issues for the Design of a Cobotic System [chapter]

Théo Moulières-Seban, David Bitonneau, Jean-Marc Salotti, Jean-François Thibault, Bernard Claverie
2016 Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing  
A particular attention is paid to human factors and human systems interactions. Different simulation levels are required to provide flexibility and adaptability.  ...  We present a new approach for the design of cobotic systems. It is based on several steps with increasing complexity: Activity analysis, basic design, detailed design and realization.  ...  In order to characterize a cobotic system, it is necessary to pay attention to the human operator, to the task, to human system interactions and to the robot.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-41959-6_31 fatcat:54ltim6rkzavplvbedar3aedb4

Designing the evaluation of operator-enabled interactive data exploration in VALIDE

Yogendra Patil, Sihem Amer-Yahia, Srividya Subramanian
2022 Proceedings of the Workshop on Human-In-the-Loop Data Analytics  
In this paper, we develop VALIDE, a preliminary design of a unified framework consisting of a methodology and metrics for IDE systems.  ...  VALIDE combines research from database benchmarking and human-computer interaction and will be demonstrated with a real IDE system.  ...  We propose to make use of factorial design, a method that is widely adopted in studies involving human participants [9] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/3546930.3547509 fatcat:owfkrsubeffsznh3smnd7zpt4q

Modeling and "smart" prototyping human-in-the-loop interactions for AmI environments

Miriam Gil, Manoli Albert, Joan Fons, Vicente Pelechano
2021 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
We have validated the proposed method through a twofold perspective: an experiment to analyze the perception of interaction designers regarding their acceptance of the design method and another experiment  ...  This paper presents a user-centered design method that defines a process with a set of tools and techniques that supports the process steps in order to systematically design, prototype, and validate human-in-the-loop  ...  To view a copy of this licence, visit  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-020-01508-x fatcat:2y4buo5o75ckppul4dqlcydvka

Network Model of Human Resource Evaluation and Organizational Climate Interaction Phenomenon

Palmira Papsiene, Sigitas Vaitkevicius
2013 Engineering Economics  
Interaction of human resource evaluation and organizational climate was analyzed and interaction models were designed using the method of multivariate linear regression.  ...  Human resource evaluation and organizational climate interaction research enabled to compose six interaction models and one complex model which is provided in the network diagram.  ...  It is important to note that it was established during the research that CF and A interaction is characterized by reciprocity, both CF affects A and A affects CF.  ... 
doi:10.5755/ fatcat:knhrjy33jra4leofdyl3bccrsm

QSPR Study on the Binding Constants of Coumarins and Human Serum Albumin

2013 Asian Journal of Chemistry  
Three-dimensional holographic vector of atomic interaction field (3D-HoVAIF) was used to describe the chemical structures of 20 coumarins and it was employed to the quantitative structure property relationship  ...  studies between the binding constants of coumarins and human serum albumin.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (21277085) and Features Key Disciplines of Shanxi Province.  ... 
doi:10.14233/ajchem.2013.15109 fatcat:oubwlquejba2xdf7wpyz4gkieq

Phenomenon of interaction between organizational climate and human resource assessment in large public sector organisations

Palmira Papsiene, Dainora Vaitkeviciene, Inga Vidreviciene
2021 Estudios de Economía Aplicada  
By comparing latent variables of human resource assessment and organizational climate the cluster model of the interaction between human resource assessment and organizational climate was formed.  ...  A total of four types have been identified, three of which are more favourable to the implementation stage of human resource assessment than organisational climate, and one where the organisational climate  ...  Content validity was assessed by factor analysis using a method of Principal component and adjusting factor rotation according to the highest variation method: Varimax.  ... 
doi:10.25115/eea.v39i4.4310 fatcat:2q3swhk5znhsjh3mt6xiih2ai4

Designing Phenotyping Studies for Genetically Engineered Mice

C. J. Zeiss, J. M. Ward, H. G. Allore
2011 Veterinary pathology  
These approaches take into account major sources of reduced model validity, such as unexpected phenotypic variation in mice, evolutionary divergence between mice and humans, unanticipated sources of variation  ...  As poor design is the most common reason why studies fail to yield enduring results, emphasis is placed on reduction of bias, sampling, controlled study design, and appropriate statistical analysis.  ...  Funding The authors received no financial support for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0300985811417247 pmid:21930803 pmcid:PMC3957214 fatcat:kjzizajhabfyten3e4wstfpyta

A Process-driven View on Summative Evaluation of Visual Analytics Solutions [article]

Mosab Khayat, Arif Ghafoor
2018 arXiv   pre-print
validity and It provide a guideline to elect suitable evaluation method.  ...  Many evaluation methods have been applied to assess the usefulness of visual analytics solutions. These methods are branching from a variety of origins with different assumptions, and goals.  ...  It validates that there is a cause-and-effect relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable.  ... 
arXiv:1811.00101v1 fatcat:2jajl6echndtfdfze3lwfmjf5q

Human Factor Assessment in Assembly Line: an Operative Model

Lorenzo Comberti, Micaela Demichela
2018 Chemical Engineering Transactions  
This work presents a model designed to quantify the impact of the Human Factor into an assembly line with the aim of reducing operational errors and safety human errors.  ...  The model would allow a better matching between workers and operative tasks with the objective of reducing the risk of human error in quality and safety.  ...  This method is case study sensitive, results and model validity are strictly related to the field of application. In order to extend his validity a larger set of case studies has been planned.  ... 
doi:10.3303/cet1867019 doaj:7e7afb077b6f4369b68ac4065a8d85ef fatcat:hbepdo5krngw3kbw36eukpbczu

Tissue-associated microbial detection in cancer using human sequencing data

Rebecca M. Rodriguez, Vedbar S. Khadka, Mark Menor, Brenda Y. Hernandez, Youping Deng
2020 BMC Bioinformatics  
The human microbiota within each organ system is distinct, and their compositional variation and interactions with the human host have been known to attribute detrimental and beneficial effects on tumor  ...  AbstractCancer is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the globe. Microbiological infections account for up to 20% of the total global cancer burden.  ...  GRAMMy is designed to use either mapping or de novo assembly in the absence of a reference genome [76] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12859-020-03831-9 pmid:33272199 fatcat:hf33nubknzc5dj7cy4hqzqal34

Cultural Differences in Human Computer Interaction: Results from Two Online Surveys

Heimgärtner Rüdiger
2020 Zenodo  
This paper describes a method to obtain quantitatively discriminating cultural interaction indicators and their values for cross-cultural Human Computer Interaction (HCI) design as preparatory work for  ...  The method has been implemented in a tool for cross-cultural HCI analysis.  ...  Furthermore, it is very difficult to find enough test persons to get a sample size, which enables valid application of enhanced methods of statistics.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4134738 fatcat:gtn34odmavgxtn3pyejqw7p3nu

The NMR added value to the Green Foodomics perspective: advances by machine learning to the holistic view on food and nutrition

Gianfranco Picone, Carlo Mengucci, Francesco Capozzi
2022 Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry  
The sheer complexity of characterizing food and its interaction with the human organism has however made the use of data driven approaches in modelling a necessity.  ...  food-human interaction.  ...  Spectral data allow complex food characterization, and with carefully designed experiments, it can be joined with spectral data of human biofluids to investigate interactions and health-related effects  ... 
doi:10.1002/mrc.5257 pmid:35174523 fatcat:7i7gb4qufjeifp5ij54ob4gat4

Indicative Method of Human Failure in Sustainable Chain of Custody Management

Malgorzata Slawinska, Kamil Wrobel
Findings: The presented method allows to characterize the working environment (including employee workload) with the values of variables which constitute fuzzy cognitive maps (FCM) concepts.  ...  Practical Implications: The implementation of the indicator method enables the assessment of the potential of IE, which may prove to be a threat to safety, task efficiency and convenience.  ...  The method presented by the authors allows to characterize the work environment with the values of the variables that constitute FCM concepts.  ... 
doi:10.35808/ersj/2761 fatcat:fbx7iclptjgc5aht32wblccnim
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