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Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
Movement variability is an essential characteristic of human movement. However, despite its prevalence, it is almost completely ignored in workstation design. Neglecting this variability can lead to skip over parts of the future operator's movements, thus bring to incomplete assessment of biomechanical risk factors. This paper starts with a focus on movement variability in occupational activities. Then, as an example of feasibility, it describes a Digital Human Model framework intended todoi:10.1007/978-3-319-41627-4_16 fatcat:alpqaboj5nhmvggh2fdqbhhofe