Jinjing Ke

Jinjing Ke
City University of Hong Kong | CityU · Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering

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Task-irrelevant noises pose deleterious effects on task performance, health, and work safety, especially in the construction field. However, the quantitative effects of noise on the cognitive performance in construction remain relatively unexplored. The paper aims to examine the effects of various noise conditions on task performance and cognitive...
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In the construction environment with high attention requirements, distraction is the main cause of unsafe behavior and safety performance degradation. However, few studies have focused on distraction's cognitive features and how to monitor it objectively in the construction workplace. To fill the research gap, the present study examined the correla...
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Route turning is one of the most essential and ubiquitous physical features in the complex building environment. Under the influence of route turning, evacuees' approaching perspective to an emergency sign could vary, affecting their information perception and behavioral compliance during the evacuation. Although conventional simulation methods ass...
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The construction industry has been identified with the characteristics of complexity and fragment, involving several stakeholders. Projects carried out within this sector required effective collaboration and communication among multiple participants. However, the ineffective communication in construction job sites has resulted in poor safety perfor...
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There is a dearth of research on information needs in construction, though they are the basis for developing information systems. This study aims to develop a methodology for analyzing information needs in construction. The proposed methodology consists of three steps: 1) firstly, activity theory is employed to help define the context in which info...
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Low back pain (LBP) is a common disorder that affects the working population worldwide. LBP causes more disability than any other conditions all around the world. Most existing studies focus on the occupational physical factors in association with LBP, while few focus on individual factors, especially the lack of quantitative calculation of waist c...
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At the core of context-aware jobsite management is location information. For outdoor environments, global positioning systems (GPSs) are widely used. For indoor environments, however, an effective localization system has yet to be fully developed. Existing indoor localization systems usually rely on prior or real-time environment learning, and with...

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