Operational and Human Factors in Planning Automated Man-Machine Checkout Systems; RAND memorandum RM-2835-PR, April 1962.
USAF Project Rand, RAND Corp., Santa Monica CA, 1962; 60 pages.
Condition: Good to very good overall, 8.5x11 gray textured cardstock covers, stapled binding, toned along spine and exremities of covers, some edgewear upper spine, corporate rubberstamp upper righthand corner of titlepage, pages clean.
Keywords: project rand 1960s, automated man-machine checkout systems, man machine interface 1960s
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, Human-Computer Interaction, Programming and Programming Languages
See all items by Sidney Firstman, Rand, Nehemiah Jordan
Item Description'Aimed at improvement of planning and design of automated checkout and test equipment (ACE) for military systems... based in large measure on an extensive survey of automated checkout and test equipment as it has been used in the field, supplemented by study of human factors relevant to both the process of automating such equipment...' (Preface)
Includes sections on, Basic Capabilities of man and machine in respect to ACE; The psychological environment of the human operator; Design features for man-machine effectiveness; more.