IEEE, approx. 725 pages in one volume, double-column text, references, photographs and diagrams.
Condition: Very Good, large thick and heavy red hardcover, corporate-library bound, some but not all orig. covers bound-in, corporate library rubberstamps with some inked-out names on endpapers, corporate library pocket at rear (Bendix Corporation Research Labs Library). The binding is sound and secure, the pages clean.
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Item DescriptionIndividual issues of the Transactions bound into one hardcover volume appears to have been selected for a 'theme' of some sort See articles below.
INCLUDES individual ARTICLES re-bound from issues March 1968; June 1968; September 1968; December 1968; March 1969; June 1969; December 1969; September 1969 supplement; March 1970 on Dynamic Tactile Displays in man-machine systems; June 1970; September 1970; December 1970
September 1969 special supplement - Man-Computer Interaction, a challenge for human factors research; Display Design, principles and procedures; Archetypes in Man-computer problem solving;
Includes, Editorial one-page -- What's a Man-Machine; The Surge Model of the Well-trained Human Operator in Simple Manual Control (Costello); A Physiologically Based Model of Neuromuscular Systems Dynamics (Vickers); Operator Speed and Accuracy with literal and combination codes for Processor Input (Richard Deninger, Marjorie Billington et al; Adaptive Finite-State Model of Manual Control Systems (Angel and Bekey); An Intervehicular Spacing Display for Improved Car-Following Performance;
Stochastic Modeling of Human Learning Behavior (Preyss and Meiry); Measurement of Pilot Describing Functions from Flight Test Data from Gemini X (Wingrove and Edwards); Manual Control Display Theory (Clement et al); Resolved Motion rate control; A Neuromuscular Actuation System Model (mcRuer, Magdaleno et al);
Character Legibility versus resolution in Image Processing of printed matter (Arps, Erdmann et al); Man-computer interactions, challenge for human factors research (Nickerson); Dynamic Tactile Displays in Man-Machine Systems; Provisional Bibliography on Tactile Displays;
A Relatively high-resolution Reading aid for the Blind (James C. Bliss); The Human as an Optimal Controller and Information Processor (Baron and Kleinman); Stretch Receptor Models;
Mechanical and Electrical Image Projection; An Electrotactile Display (Strong and Troxel) 1970; AI in CAI - an Artificial Intelligence Approach to Computer-Assisted Instruction (Carbonell) and MORE.