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Classification of Causes of Errors in the Human - Robot System

Aleksandar Zunjic
2018 Journal of Robotics and Mechanical Engineering Research  
This means that it includes the causes of the errors of the individual components of the system, but also the errors that result from their interaction.The model also includes all the factors surrounding  ...  In addition, this model can serve to assess the efficiency and possible causes of accidents in the human -robot system.  ...  With increasing frequency of errors occurrence, their detection and control are easier. When the errors are rare, then their detection is harder, and therefore their control.  ... 
doi:10.24218/jrmer.2018.26 fatcat:7et3zedugnbfrgs64i3eeeqiwi

Origin of equipment design and operation errors

Kamarizan Kidam, Markku Hurme
2012 Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries  
The design and operation errors of the process equipment that caused the accidents were analyzed together with their time of occurrence.  ...  It was found that design errors contributed to 79% of accidents while the rest were only due to human and organizational errors in the operation stage and external factors.  ...  Details of accident-causing design and operation errors of equipment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jlp.2012.05.005 fatcat:brotuhkb5rcy3pp3v73qfefzfi

Analysis of Keying Errors

1976 Ergonomics  
The performance of keyboard operatorscan be expressed in termsof keying time and errors; this paper deals with errors.  ...  About 25% of the errors were due to the operator misinterpreting input data; better data presentation may deercase this percentage.  ...  The operators kept the faulty cards with their self-detected errors for the purposes of this study.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00140137608931529 fatcat:6ypvxbcewvcvrhjgzflm7rzmg4

Toward Automated Reduction of Human Errors Based on Cognitive Analysis

Daisuke Miyamoto, Takeshi Takahashi
2013 2013 Seventh International Conference on Innovative Mobile and Internet Services in Ubiquitous Computing  
We conducted a survey on human factors and concluded that the root causes of human errors are related to the internal mental processes, and the cognitive-psychological methodology is a feasible for the  ...  Among major causes of security flaws is human error, which is unintentionally caused by humans. To cope with that, we intend to build a human error database that automatically develops further.  ...  Our study aims at developing an automated system for thwarting the damage caused by human errors. The key idea is to store both users' operational history and their internal mental processes.  ... 
doi:10.1109/imis.2013.147 dblp:conf/imis/MiyamotoT13 fatcat:zbubd4pc5za3nft3wjqodxwgti

Analysis of production incompatibilities and risk level in series production of assembly elements for the automotive industry

Magdalena Mazur, R. Ulewicz, B. Hadzima
2018 MATEC Web of Conferences  
The risk analysis is based on three factors: occurrence, detection, and severity of a specific incompatibility. 6 incompatibility types were defined and their various causes were determined.  ...  The analysis itself describes and classifies potential faults and their severity.  ...  Their analysis was a basis of developing standard operating procedure of the process and guidelines of visual control conducted by the operator.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201818303011 fatcat:bjza47yy7fczzntejyvlfqesfu

Safety culture in the context of operating room: Nurses' perception regarding notification of errors/adverse events

Teresa Vinagre, Rita Marques
2018 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
The purpose of this pilot study is to analyse the safety culture of the operating room in relation to the errors/adverse events and their notification, in the nurses' perception.  ...  The notification of errors/adverse events is one of the central aspects for the quality of care and patient safety.  ...  their notification More frequent errors/adverse events in the operating room and their notification Error/Adverse event * Correspondence: Teresa Vinagre; Email:;  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v9n3p40 fatcat:p7f34mamvndojahwnncnmhxf2e

Examination of the Views of Class Teachers Regarding the Errors Primary School Students Make in Four Operations

Alper Yorulmaz, Halil Önal
2017 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
This study aims to identify the errors primary school students make in four operations according to the views of class teachers.  ...  It has been found out that students make more errors in adding, subtracting and multiplying decimal digits, and using zero in division.  ...  It is important for pupils to acquire four mathematical operations in primary school and it is very important to determine the errors made in four operations and the causes of errors in order to make the  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2017.051105 fatcat:hp4vx2l4tbem7oa57jk6vmkoye

Accidents are Normal and Human Error Does Not Exist: A New Look at the Creation of Occupational Safety

Sidney W.A. Dekker
2003 International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics  
. , 1740#. 1( 1%%72#6+10#. 5#('6; #0& '4) "Human error" is often cited as cause of occupational mishaps and industrial accidents.  ...  Accident investigations can conclude that human error is the cause.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10803548.2003.11076564 pmid:12820909 fatcat:bn6bamtdsfaxhletz3z3dmyu4a

Human reliability analysis in maintenance team of power transmission system protection

Mehdi Tavakoli, Mehdi Nafar
2020 Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems  
In this paper, the potential and actual causes of human error in maintenance teams of power transmission system protection are identified and predicted within a framework of human factors analysis and  ...  One of these factors is human error and thus human reliability analysis is a serious element in the industry.  ...  The subgroup on scheduling maintenance operation and the program coordinator at the headquarters of the contractor company cause human error at planned operations with nine identified causes.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41601-020-00176-6 fatcat:s336oecnonfhhavnpu5ucksh3u

Page 90 of Psychological Bulletin Vol. 32, Issue 1 [page]

1935 Psychological Bulletin  
By this we do not mean to imply that the environmental situation is not also fundamental; it is the medium for allowing the genetic factors to operate, and for modifying their operation.  ...  This fact, together with our contention that many other variables operate within time and errors, seems to indicate that their use as measurable units in maze analysis may not lead to reliable predictions  ... 

Page 90 of Psychological Bulletin Vol. 32, Issue 1 [page]

1935 Psychological Bulletin  
By this we do not mean to imply that the environmental situation is not also fundamental; it is the medium for allowing the genetic factors to operate, and for modifying their operation.  ...  This fact, together with our contention that many other variables operate within time and errors, seems to indicate that their use as measurable units in maze analysis may not lead to reliable predictions  ... 

OpenACC Errors Classification and Static Detection Techniques

Ahmed Mohammed Alghamdi, Fathy Elbouraey Eassa
2019 IEEE Access  
As a result, OpenACC errors that cannot be detected by compilers should be identified, and their causes should be explained.  ...  However, when programmers use OpenACC to parallelize their code without correctly understanding OpenACC directives and their usage or following OpenACC instructions, they can cause run-time errors that  ...  The authors, therefore, gratefully acknowledge the DSR technical and financial support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2935498 fatcat:ufjn5yd4ovbdbfrqufbrguhavq

Adverse Events: Root Causes and Latent Factors

Richard Karl, Mary Catherine Karl
2012 Surgical Clinics of North America  
The KEYWORDS Root cause analysis Theories of error Systemic factors Latent factors  ...  The group decided that 2 errors had occurred: both the scrub and circulating nurse had counted incorrectly. A note was placed in each of their files.  ...  Each of these solutions can be evaluated and prioritized based on their ability to reduce the risk of RSI and their total cost.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.suc.2011.12.003 pmid:22269263 fatcat:gff4imeo2fg35g52hvzwjruyp4

Application of Measurement Signal Reduction to Improve Measurement Accuracy

Rustem R. Ziyatdinov, Leisan R. Zakirova
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
To do this, it is necessary to analyze the causes of errors and take measures to reduce their influence on the accuracy of measurements.  ...  The causes of errors are very diverse and cannot always be identified. However, some systematic components of the measurement error can be described and calculated mathematically.  ...  To reduce errors, it is necessary to analyze the causes of their occurrence and take measures to reduce their impact on the accuracy of measurements. The causes of error are very diverse.  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i4.36.24948 fatcat:t4rogngntzasbfozmg3beqebeu

Theories and Models of Human Errors Occurrence. Simulation of Aircraft Maintenance Processes [chapter]

Andrii Pryimak, Mykhailo Orlovskyi, Yevgeny Tretyakov
2020 Safety and Risk Assessment of Civil Aircraft during Operation  
General issues of the errors occurrence by technical personnel were considered, their causes and consequences.  ...  Classifications of errors based on an ergonomic understanding of their nature, as well as on the results of an engineering-psychological analysis of operators' activity are given.  ...  cause operator errors.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.92718 fatcat:vy53bogqbzddpilcykgto4b5nm
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