Vincent G. Duffy

Vincent G. Duffy
Purdue University | Purdue · School of Industrial Engineering

Ph.D.
Professor of Industrial Engineering and Agricultural & Biological Engineering at Purdue University.

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With the rapid development of mobile technology, smartphone has been becoming a part of our daily life. There are amounts of applications (APPs) developed for smartphone in the market, in order to meet the various needs of users. Recently, the user experience evaluation research of smartphone APPs is mainly based on subjective questionnaires, which...
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Web directories have attracted many advertisers with their special advantages in their large user base. Until recently, attention mechanism of advertisements (ad) on web directories is not well understood. To investigate how the ad location and color of web directories influence users’ attention, this study uses eye tracking to measure the particip...
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Affective computing focuses on technologies and theories that advance understanding of human affect, considering emotion and cognition in the design of related technologies to fulfill human needs, which gains substantial attention of researchers all over the world. To provide an insight into affective computing researches, this paper utilizes the m...
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Ergonomics training is an essential element for maintaining occupational health and safety. With the world rapidly digitizing, it is important to adopt new methods to accommodate computer-supported learning while keeping the same level of efficiency and collaboration as in-person training sessions. Emerging collaborative technologies can be a poten...
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Research Expertise: Improving human performance in organizations and systems. Novel methods help to evaluate and improve safety, cognitive and emotional aspects in human-integrated systems. Research emphases include understanding the physical ergonomics of work; digital/virtual tools such as digital human modeling can support the design of systems...
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Recent advances in the era of industryIndustry 4.0 are shapingShaping the future of work, in which human factors have been a focal point for today’s human operatorsOperator to collaborate with sophisticated and dynamically changing technologicalTechnological environments. This chapter aims to use a quantitative and visual method to evaluate the his...
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Changes in available technology have led to many changes in daily life across the global population. One distinct emerging area is the concept of working from home. Though the necessary technology has been available for a while, exponential advancements have impacted human ergonomics considerations. A systematic literature review was conducted to e...
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Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the latest strategies for achieving a more efficient and intelligent future. The world’s developments in electronics and communication technologies enabled the realization of the IoT strategy. IoT research had been underway in the recent decade that had shown a variety of challenges. This paper aimed to create an...
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With the increasing presence of competitive work environments, task design and motivation have a great potential to moderate stress in the workplace. This study is a systematic literature review of this topic with existing literature and emerging trends. The review was conducted using tools like Scopus, VOSviewer, AuthorMapper, MAXQDA, Vicinitas, C...
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The increasingly global nature of the engineering sphere dictates the relevance of cross-cultural design in applications related to human-automation interaction. This paper presents the results of a systematic, data-based literature review that used mining techniques to uncover emerging trends at the intersection of Cross-Cultural Design and Human...
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With the increasing presence of automation in our day to day activities—usability and user experience have gained importance more than ever. This report presents the results of a systematic review of existing literature on the evolution and emerging trends of user experience and usability in Human-Automation Interaction. Bibliometric and content an...
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An employee who works with die cuts complained about a soft tissue injury in her right shoulder. This injury was a result of repetitive motions occurring in a non-ergonomic fashion. Currently, the employee is required to reach up and around to retrieve the die cuts. This is an ergonomic analysis that studied the effects of a soft tissue injury in a...
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This paper outlines the importance of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) in the workspace and addresses the issue in the Industrial case where the operator has suffered a shoulder injury. There are two operations involved: 1. Cutting and 2. Assembly of die-cuts. Also, the workers are subjected to repetitive tasks which enable the participants to be i...
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The primary goal of this article is to review literature regarding ergonomics in relation to small/micro-businesses and the disconnect between knowledge and actualization. The secondary goal is to guide readers through an advanced process of ergonomic analysis through an example case study. Inspiration for the literature review stems from the commo...
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This analysis was conducted to determine the utility of the advanced ergonomic analysis tools in the RAMSIS software. Specifically, this report demonstrates how RAMSIS can be effectively used to provide detailed design recommendations which improve operator comfort in an excavator control cabin. A literature review of similar ergonomic investigatio...
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Many companies struggle with the balance of productivity and proper ergonomic work task design. However, it is extremely important to ensure the well-being of the employees. This is an ergonomic analysis of a plant that reported a repetitive stress injury in one of its employee’s shoulders. A systematic literature review was completed, through co-a...
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Digital human modeling has been one of the topics studied in the field of human factors and ergonomics. With a high amount of literature in the databases, researchers have conducted and analyzed many different applications in digital human modeling. In this paper, a brief bibliometric analysis of digital human modeling was conducted to provide some...
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This report provides a brief analysis of a lab chair solution chosen for an industrial case study. It includes supporting documentation of company incentives to increase job satisfaction by means of ergonomic modification. The report provides a bibliometric review. Within this review demonstrations are utilized to highlight the research topic. This...
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This paper aims to analyze the comfort level of a very tall mall driving an excavator. An ergonomic analysis is then performed on the manikin to examine areas of discomfort while in the driving position. This analysis is particularly interesting to people in industries where excavators are used, but it can also be applied to the general population...
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In this ergonomic analysis, an excavator cabin environment is optimized according to the manikins modeled in the 3D analysis software RAMSIS (developed by Human Solutions). This is a preliminary analysis, and based on this report, further changes and optimizations in the environment are possible depending upon the skill level of the user. In this a...
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Excavators are utilized for a wide variety of construction jobs and tasks that require moving large amounts of material. Excavator operation involves driving, manning controls, and ensuring the safety of the machine, the operator, and surrounding people and equipment. The cab of an excavator should be designed to facilitate comfort for a variety of...
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Warn Automotive is a medium manufacturing company that supplies Tier 1 automotive parts to OEMs. Their newly implemented lines contain automation and opportunities for improvement. Detailed analysis and risk assessment were completed for a station on one of the assembly lines that has had many complaints from operators. After risk tasks were identi...
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Ergonomic injuries also known as musculoskeletal disorders occur due to repetitive action for a long period. The National Centre for Health Statistics department states that more than 50% of Americans are facing musculoskeletal disorders. When physical and psychological demands are too strong, it leads to discomfort, pain, and functional impairment...
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Machine operators many times are involved in the constant precise movement with little room for error due to tight deadlines. With the use of the 3-D ergonomic software, RAMSIS, potential discomfort can be visualized and analyzed to provide insight into improvement in this industry for operators. The main impact of this software has the ability to...
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The project focuses on work-related musculoskeletal disorders of the shoulder muscle in assembly operations. The given shoulder injury problem is encountered by a short operator in a manufacturing assembly operation. The project aims to provide a solution to reduce shoulder injuries. The analysis starts with a bottom-up approach by conducting a tas...
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Comfort and posture analysis was conducted on 10 modeled individuals in a pre-designed excavator using the CAD-based software, RAMSIS. Individuals’ anthropometry was based on the distribution of 2010 German Males and Females, and they were seated and replicated into the pre-determined position before posture and comfort calculations were performed....
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Industrial ergonomics in manufacturing settings is often neglected during the design phase of work cells. An employee at an air filter manufacturer suffered soft tissue injuries to their shoulder due to the incompatibility between her stature and the production table’s height. The improved ergonomics will increase the enterprises’ competitiveness a...
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This paper was written to explore solutions to the following problem: an employee at a die-cutting station in a manufacturing plant is experiencing pain in her right shoulder. It is deduced that this pain results from improper posture due to a disproportionate height difference between the employee and the workstation, which is consequently too tal...
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With the development of automated driving systems and V2I (vehicle-to-infrastructure) communications, soft-safety driver alerts can be implemented to supplement imminent driver alerts. This type of alert improves drivers’ situational awareness of emerging risks over a more extended period with more detailed incident information and longer response...
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A Forklift is an essential and convenient tool for transporting goods and materials within an industry. However, forklift operators are easily prone to musculoskeletal injuries due to their awkward postures and visibility obstructions at work. This paper simulates an industrial set up using RAMSIS to assess the discomfort levels and vision range of...
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Safety, and by extension safety management systems (SMS), are increasingly popular notions and practices in a variety of industries, including the aviation industry. Historically, SMS concepts in aviation were primarily applied in the context of flight crew management, flight safety, and air traffic management. Nevertheless, safety management pract...
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The proportion of the aged population is growing at a faster rate than any other population age group globally (Velkoff et al. 2006). This population’s workforceWorkforce happens to be one of the largest in many parts of Africa, especially when compared to others worldwide (United Nations 2016). In most African countries, the aged population group...
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Trust in automation has gained much attention in both industry and academia. More and more studies and evidenceEvidence prove its importance in new technology acceptance and efficient humanHumans-automation cooperation. As one of the most eye-catching and complicated intelligentIntelligent systems ever made by humansHumans, automated vehicles (AVs)...
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The purpose of this study was to explore human-robot interaction in surgical contexts using bibliometric analyses. We demonstrate the use of various scientometric tools for a bibliometric review and discuss some trends in robotic surgeries. Metadata was extracted from three databases: Scopus, Web of Science, and Google Scholar through Publish or Pe...
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Background: Human error types and error factors are two important elements of error analysis. Understanding the relationship between them can contribute to new case analyses, the tendency of error occurrence statistics, error factor identification, and prevention of error recurrence. Objective: To provide evidence and guidance for the prevention...
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To be more competitive in the mobile applications market, designing the mobile applications that users tend to use is of great significance. Usability plays an indispensable role in affecting usage intention. Therefore, mobile applications usability evaluation is vital in the designing process. This report is a systematic review of mobile applicati...
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Healthcare is one of the most critical and valuable industries. This report is a systematic literature review of the usability and safety of medical devices used extensively for patient care. Safety has been broadly considered to mean in-patient safety and improving patient care. As part of the literature review and bibliometric analysis, a search...
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In the age of the fourth industrial revolution (or the industry 4.0), scientific progress is continually being made in different areas such as artificial intelligence and the blockchain. Among these areas, blockchain is emerging as an open distributed ledger that records transactions between two parties efficiently and permanently. Everything of va...
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Within the year 2020, there has been a rapid rise in COVID-19 risks and documentation. Virtual reality education processes have been studied for over 20 years, while in-person interaction has been the primary source of education across all ages. A systematic analysis was conducted to understand current literature focused on virtual reality educatio...
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This report details the use of bibliometric and content analysis tools to locate and analyze relevant articles used in a systematic literature review to determine insights into ways to assist healthcare workers in coping with workplace stress during COVID-19. Bibliometric tools and content analysis tools were used to search for and identity article...
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The rise of Industry 4.0 has profound impacts on manufacturing such as decreased cycle time, increased customization, and greater connectivity between business processes. A systematic literature was conducted for the search term “Industry 4.0”, using tools such as VOSviewer, CiteSpace, MAXQDA, Harzing’s Publish or Perish, BIBEXCEL, Web of Science,...
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Background Research on medical errors based on both organizational and conditional factors can not only enrich our current understanding of the reasons of medical errors but also provide effective suggestions for preventing the recurrence of medical errors. Objectives This study examines medication communication errors made during clinical nursing...
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Users' affective preference for voices has become a topic of great interest with the prevalence of humanoid robots. Nevertheless, the affective preference formation for humanoid voices remains unknown, and its evaluation lacks objective methods. Consequently, we conducted an EEG experiment to unravel the underlying neural dynamics and evaluate user...
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The purpose of this study was to explore the use of virtual reality in safety training. This study used various data analysis tools to perform a systematic literature review to explore the use of virtual reality for safety training. Metadata was extracted from various databases like Scopus, google scholar through Harzings’ Publish or Perish, and we...
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This work presents a comparative analysis of three topics of interest in job design and three databases – Google Scholar, Scopus, and Crossref. The initial comparison is done using metadata indicating similarities and differences in the number of articles, relevance, popularity, trend, and other such factors sthat impact the research, a publication...
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Among heavy earthmoving equipment operators, extended exposure to the cabin environment presents various ergonomic risks. Accordingly, it is necessary to consider methods to model adjustments to cabin environments to reduce ergonomic risks to operators. Digital human modeling approaches, such as the use of RAMSIS, a computer-aided ergonomic design...
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Manufacturing processes have been a long-standing component of industrialization. Nearly all products used in everyday life are achieved through manufacturing. As rapid modernization occurs, human-robot collaboration should be encouraged to ensure the wellbeing of human workers. Ergonomics of factory working conditions are often discounted until di...
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The rapid development of robot technology has introduced a substantial impact on manufacturing. Numerous studies have been carried out to apply collaborative robots (cobots) to address manufacturing productivity and ergonomics issues, which has brought extensive opportunities. In this context, a systematic literature search in the Web of Science, S...
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Mental workload is considered to be strongly linked to human performance, and the ability to measure it accurately is key for balancing human health and work. In this study, brain signals were elicited by mental arithmetic tasks of varying difficulty to stimulate different levels of mental workload. In addition, a finite impulse response (FIR) filt...
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We proposed a method employing deep learning (DL) on eye-tracking data and applied this method to detect intentions to use apparel websites that differed in factors of depth, breadth, and location of navigation. Results showed that users’ intentions could be predicted by combining a deep neural network algorithm and metrics recorded from an eye-tra...
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Systematic reviews are an essential tool to help healthcare providers and medical practitioners stay up to date on the latest evidence and practices within their field. In recent years, developments have arisen in automating these systematic reviews. While automated systematic reviews are not currently in widespread use in the medical field, they p...
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Within the study of human-automation or human-machine interaction, a phenomenon known as automation surprises confounds the design of semi-automated systems in the automotive setting. As automation systems grow in popularity and complexity, the nature of cooperation, shared control, and trust must be clearly defined such that both parties can dynam...
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Simulators are widely used in training aircrew and seafarers as they provide a safer and more affordable alternative to training in an operational environment. In this study, a systematic literature review is conducted to review their usage in air, sea, rail, and road transportation, though the information available on rail simulation is extremely...
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With the continued increased use of the Internet and mobile devices, the study of how people interact with each other is more relevant than ever. This development in communication has introduced a new question of how this can lead to a collective effort controlled by the masses. This collectivist system has been coined crowdsourcing. This study is...
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The objective of the study was to look at the trend and advancement of Artificial Intelligence, Transportation, and Safety research through bibliometric analysis. The review retrieved data in Web of Science using specific terms related to Artificial Intelligence, Transportation, and Safety. VOSViewer, CiteSpace, and MAXQDA were utilized to conduct...
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With the development of machine learning, high-level automation in many aspects is promising or even fledgling. However, a challenge that appears at this moment is that how people trust in automation. This study is a systematic literature review of this topic using bibliometric analysis. Tools like Scopus, VOSviewer, AuthorMapper, MAXQDA, Vicinitas...
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Accidents caused by vehicles of transportation domain are the leading cause of death worldwide. Nearly 75% of road deaths happen in developing countries. The road traffic accident rate caused by four-wheeled vehicles is the highest among the reported statistics on road traffic accidents. Standing motorized scooters’ popularity has been continuously...
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“Industry 4.0” has become the most significant subject of the emerging fields in manufacturing and industrial practices over the decade. It leverages the new smart technologies, including Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, Autonomous Vehicles, Advanced Robots, etc. for the high involvement of automation. Such highly automated processe...
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The manufacturing workspace has evolved rapidly alongside the advancement of information technology. This has led to significant improvements in not only manufacturing output, but also safety and quality standards tracking. The integration of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies into the manufacturing workspace has been a major component in this e...
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With the development of remote collaboration platforms, the word ‘workplace’ is no longer limited to offices. With the impact of COVID-19, more and more people bring their workplaces out of the corporate office. With that said, moving workplaces to different places has offered researchers opportunities to study the impact on productivity and ergono...
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With the sudden shift from in-person to remote settings in the workplace and various other institutions as triggered by the lockdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic, this paper sought to examine the prevalence of research on the link between remote work and motivation. Two time periods were observed using VOSviewer and Harzing to determine whether a...
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The development and improvement of the internet with new distinctive features and abilities has widened the access to computer technology and created new opportunities for work and business activities. It has also posed threats to people using it either for business or leisure. According to Brenner (2007), the emergence of technology and electronic...
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The Internet of Things has led to the development of new operational frameworks and models within the manufacturing industry. The emergence of advanced technologies now gives managers better quality resources and knowledge to make more improved decisions on the problems they encounter. A systematic literature review was conducted in this report ove...
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The increase in speed of development in the autonomous vehicle domain has led to the conceptualization of ideas such as utilizing these autonomous vehicles for services like taxis. A key component of designing such services is the Human Computer Interaction (HCI), understanding how humans interact with the autonomous system and this taxi service ca...
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With the rapid development of science and technology, some new terms, such as cloud computing, big data, and artificial intelligence, have become part of public life. Artificial intelligence is another technological revolution after human beings entered the information era, attracting more and more attention. As an extension and application of arti...
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With the rapid development of wireless sensor technology, wireless sensors have the potential to be applied in various fields. The introduction of wireless sensors in safety application is one of the feasible applications. The wireless sensors can be used to monitor human and environment to avoid potential safety issues. In this study, a systematic...
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In our interconnected global culture, now more than ever products need to be designed with a multicultural audience in mind. One of the most global products is consumer vehicles, such as cars, minivans, SUVs, etc. used for personal transport, such as for commuting, traveling, or daily activities. Consumer vehicles are becoming more and more of “com...
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Transportation accident is one of the most common forms of accidents. Transportation accidents can be caused by a distracted driver, speeding, pedestrians’ influence, and alcohol influence. Accidents can lead to injuries, and transportation injuries accounted for around 38% of work-related injuries. Therefore, finding a way to prevent injury caused...
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The application of human factors and ergonomics in transportation is an example of human-automation interaction. Since the year 2020, the covid-19 pandemic has become an emerging factor that interacts with transportation from epidemiological and ergonomic perspectives. This study aims at capturing the emerging trends of covid-19 related human facto...
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With modern technological advancements building a dependency on computer systems, the need to understand how the human brain processes information and interacts with computers has facilitated the emergence of a new field of human factors engineering, cognitive ergonomics. As the field becomes more developed, its principles have been applied to many...
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Safety in nuclear power plants is an important area in the realm of engineering safety [1]. Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) are an emerging form of nuclear technology with widespread application, notably in austere or remote communities. SMRs are defined as power plants that produce 300 MWe or less [2], designed with modular fabrication technology fo...
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The effective use of computational modeling and simulation tools early in the design process is arguably becoming a gold standard for modern product development. Compared to many mechanistic computational design approaches, modeling and simulating humans, due to their inherent complexities of physiological and cognitive attributes, provides one of...
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This study aims to characterize the fixation pattern and neutral dynamics underlying affective impressions on humanoid robot appearances, which have a moderate anthropomorphism, to provide an objective evaluation of the affective impressions. Thirty appearance pictures of existing humanoid robots leaving negative, neutral, or positive impressions w...
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This chapter provides fundamentals and a summary of recent relevant literature of interest back to a human factors and ergonomics audience. Digital Human Modeling can be considered a digital representation of the human inserted into a simulation or virtual environment to facilitate prediction of safety and/or performance. Human digital modeling can...
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This study investigates how an anthropomorphic app icon affects users' responses from an emotional standpoint. The design is a case-study/laboratory experiment in which 50 participants evaluated a commercially available weather app icon that had facial features (with an anthropomorphic appearance) and the same app icon but without the facial 2 Y. C...
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Exploring what types of app icons are attractive has been a topic of great interest in recent years. The main purpose of this study was to explore the neural mechanism of attention capturing of the anthropomorphic app icons based on neuroergonomics. Participants’ perception of different app icons was investigated by using event-related potentials (...
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This paper used bibliometric analysis tools to analyze bibliometric data in the field of game-based learning combined with distance learning. This study utilized the analysis tools MAXQDA, Harzing, VosViewer, Mendeley, CiteSpace, and AuthorMapper. The results illustrate an emerging area in game-based learning with distance learning, based on analys...
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Automations are meant to help reduce human workload and/or to reduce the need of humans to operate production processes and giving services. One of the most prominent users of automation is the people that are working in the healthcare sector. There are a lot of benefits from healthcare automation applications. One of them is by reducing error rate...
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This study aimed to explore the evolution tracks of occupational low back pain (OLBP) studies during 2000 ∼ 2020 through strict and systematic bibliometric analysis. The analysis began with data retrieval in Web of Science using defined search terms associated with OLBP. Bibliometric tools, including BibExcel and CiteSpace, were employed to conduct...
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Kansei refers to people’s subjective feeling and impression. Kansei evaluation devotes to assessing users’ preferences for product items according to multiple Kansei attributes, thus supporting the decision making of consumers and/or designers. The objective of this paper is to propose a data-driven approach for addressing user group oriented Kanse...
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Even though humanoid robots are being applied to diverse areas, the formation of users' preference for the appearance of humanoid robots remains unknown. The present study investigated users' neural dynamics underlying preference formation to evaluate users' preference for the appearance of humanoid robots. EEG signals were recorded in a preference...
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This two-volume set LNCS 12777 and 12778 constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management, DHM 2021, which was held virtually as part of the 23rd HCI International Conference, HCII 2021, in July 2021. The total of 1276 pa...
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This two-volume set LNCS 12777 and 12778 constitutes the thoroughly refereed proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Digital Human Modeling and Applications in Health, Safety, Ergonomics and Risk Management, DHM 2021, which was held virtually as part of the 23rd HCI International Conference, HCII 2021, in July 2021. The total of 1276 pa...
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This book constitutes late breaking papers from the 23rd International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2021, which was held in July 2021. The conference was planned to take place in Washington DC, USA but had to change to a virtual conference mode due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of 5222 individuals from academia, research inst...
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(1) Background: Despite the substantial increase in the number of adolescent smartphone users, few studies have investigated the behavioral effects of smartphone use on adolescent students as it relates to musculoskeletal discomfort; (2) Methods: The aim of our study was to estimate the prevalence of musculoskeletal symptoms in university students...
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We investigated the impact of color salience and location of a website link on users' performance, affective experiences and approach-avoidance tendencies with 10 mock mobile Web directories. Task completion times were recorded by a computer program, and users' affective experiences and approach-avoidance responses were reported in questionnaires....
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This article aims to conduct a bibliometric analysis of mental workload from 1990 to 2020. Publication source, publication organization, authors, country, citation of articles, citation of country and organization were recorded and analyzed. Bibliometric maps of authorship, citation, co-citation and network of co-occurrence of keywords are drawn. 1...
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This report is a systematic literature review of the relationship between human error and pollution, to take account of unintentional contributions to environmental pollution. To examine this relation, a systematic literature review of articles, including the keywords “human error” and “pollution” was conducted. The keywords were searched in the We...
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With the rapid advancement of computer and multimedia technologies, game-based learning has the potential to increase the effectiveness of learning. One of the applications of game-based learning can be safety training. In this study, a systematic literature review of both these topics has been conducted using tools like VOSviewer, MAXQDA, Harzing’...
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The first step of the methodology focuses on air traffic controllers situated at a workstation within an Air Traffic Control (ATC) room. The 3D CAD software RAMSIS uses manikins to represent subjects under study. Using this software, three air traffic controllers of different heights were added. The three air traffic controllers were modeled sittin...
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Cybersecurity is an evolving field in the area of human-computer interactions (HCI), but human factors is a relevant area to consider when approaching cybersecurity. This report illustrates the findings of a systematic literature review of current publications on the emerging trends of human factors in cybersecurity. Analyses of content and bibliom...
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Virtual Reality (VR) is a budding field in the realm of technology, and it also happens to be one of the main sub-topics entwined with the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The main idea of VR also revolves around Virtual Environments. Virtual Environments (VE) contribute to the creation of an out of the world experience for users, by allowing...
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This study attempted to multimodally measure mental workload and validate indicators for estimating mental workload. A simulated computer work composed of mental arithmetic tasks with different levels of difficulty was designed and used in the experiment to measure physiological signals (heart rate, heart rate variability, electromyography, electro...
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BACKGROUND Prolonged sitting at work can lead to adverse health outcomes. The health risk of office workers is an increasing concern for society and industry with prolonged sitting work becomes more prevalent. OBJECTIVE This study aimed to explore the variation in muscle activities during prolonged sitting work and found out when and how to take a...
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This study aimed to use healthcare professionals’ assessments to calculate expected risk of intravenous (IV) infusion harm for simulated high‐risk medications that exceed soft limits and to investigate the impact of relevant risk factors. We designed 30 infusion scenarios for four high‐risk medications, propofol, morphine, insulin, and heparin, inf...
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The importance of augmenting human-technology collaborative cognition has been envisioned as one of the fundamental ways to bolster human cognition through human-automation interaction in complex manufacturing and operational environments. The focus on collaborative cognition entails a human-automation mutual adaption strategy for augmenting team c...
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The effective acquisition of kansei words for assessing product design features plays a decisive role in knasei engineering research, whereas previous studies rarely give a full understanding of how to effectively grasp the related kansei words. The existing findings revealed that traditional methods based on questionnaire surveys might have troubl...

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