Advances in Applied Human Modeling and Simulation by Vincent G. Duffy

By Vincent G. Duffy

An exam of a number of the forms of human-modeled expertise, Advances in utilized Human Modeling and Simulation not just covers the kind of versions to be had, yet how they are often utilized to resolve particular difficulties. those types supply a illustration of a few human features that may be inserted into simulations or digital environments and facilitate prediction of protection, delight, usability, functionality, and sustainability.

Topics include:

  • Anthropometry and human sensible data
  • Biomechanics, occupational defense, convenience and soreness
  • Biometric authentications
  • Driving protection and human functionality
  • Enhancing human functions via aids or education
  • Fuzzy structures and neural computing
  • Human habit and possibility evaluation modeling
  • Integrating software program with people and platforms
  • International cooperation in schooling and engineering study
  • Intelligent brokers in choice education
  • Intelligent facts and textual content mining
  • Machine studying and human elements
  • Modeling actual elements of labor
  • Monitoring structures and human choice
  • Psychophysiological signs of emotion
  • Resilience engineering and human reliability
  • Scenario-based functionality in allotted firms
  • Special populations
  • Sustainability, earth sciences and engineering
  • System-of-systems architecting and engineering
  • Verification and validation
  • Virtual interactive layout and assessment
  • The math and technology presents a origin for visualizations which could facilitate determination making through technical specialists, administration or these accountable for public coverage. In contemplating a platforms point of view and judgements that have an effect on functionality, those versions offer possibilities for an increased function of engineers and HF/E experts to satisfy technical demanding situations around the globe. they could even be used to enhance time-to-market, raise defense and finally the effectiveness of a firm. The ebook makes a speciality of purposes of those newly built types and predictive features priceless to human components and ergonomics engineers, cognitive engineers, human computing device interplay engineers, human functionality modeling engineers, and scholars in comparable fields.

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    The dynamic COF for each instance was recorded and the required COF, heretofore referred to as the critical COF, was assessed by examining the foot forces during trials in which no slips occurred. The data was then fit to a logistic regression model to estimate the probability of a slip based on the difference between the available and required COF. The available COF, or sometimes referred to as the available friction, is the actual COF recorded between the shoe-floor interface. indb 25 01/06/12 10:03 AM 26 COF, or required friction, is the minimum friction needed to support human activity.

    Indb 24 01/06/12 10:03 AM 25 2 PROBABILISTIC DETERMINATION OF STF Experiment-based studies dominate the literature on STF. There are numerous experiments listed in the literature to determine slipperiness on various floor surfaces under various conditions (Aschan, 2009; 2005; Chang, 2003; 2004b;, 2006; 2008a; 2008b; Courtney, 2006; 2010; Li, 2007; Marpet, 2001; 1996). The traditional theory of slip and fall considers a floor with an average coefficient of friction (COF) between the floor and a given footwear material of µ .

    A positive sensitivity factor indicates that the probability of failure would increase if the mean were raised; if the sensitivity factor is negative, raising the mean will lower the probability of failure. Several general trends throughout the data can be observed by comparing the magnitudes of the sensitivity levels throughout reach tasks. Knowing the sensitivities of each joint angle and link length provides information about which parameters’ variability affect a particular posture the most.

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