Human Performance in Planning and Scheduling

PDF
(480 Seiten)
  Sofort lieferbar | Lieferzeit:3-5 Tage I
ISBN-13:
9781482268270
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
480
Autor:
B L MacCarthy
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Understanding how to make the best of human skills and knowledge is essential in the design of technology and jobs, particularly where these involve decision-making and uncertainty. Recent developments have been made in naturalistic decision-making, distributed cognition and situational awareness, particularly with respect to aviation, transport an
Understanding how to make the best of human skills and knowledge is essential in the design of technology and jobs, particularly where these involve decision-making and uncertainty. Recent developments have been made in naturalistic decision-making, distributed cognition and situational awareness, particularly with respect to aviation, transport an
PART ONE: THE RE-EMERGENCE OF THE DOMAIN 1. Introduction and Context 2. From Anecdotes to Theory Part Two: Field Studies of Planners, Schedulers and Industrial Practice 3. The Scheduler-Supervisor Relationship: Linking Schedule Generation and Schedule Execution 4. Investigating the Planning and Scheduling System of a Company: A Case Study of a Clothing Manufacturer 5. Accounting for the Human in Scheduling Systems: A Sociotechnical View 6. Capturing and Understanding the Job of a Scheduler in Manufacturing: A Detailed Case Study 7. Human Factors in the Planning and Scheduling of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 8. A Case Study of Scheduling Practice at a Machine Tool Manufacturer Part Three: 9. Design of a Knowledge Based Scheduling System for a Paper/Board Manufacturer 10. Design and Implementation of an Effective Decision Support System: A Case Study in the Steel Industry 11. A Field Test of a Prototype Scheduling System in a Machine Tool Manufacturer 12. Architecture and Interface Aspects of Scheduling Decision Support 13. Designing and Using an Integrated Production Planning System Based on Task Division Between Human and Computer Part Four: Context and Environment for Planning and Scheduling 14. Assessing the Effectiveness of Information for Manufacturing Control 15. Handling Increased Complexity and Product Variety in Automotive Manufacture 16. A Systematic and Sociotechnical Approach for the Design of a Planning and Scheduling System: Towards Controllable Manufacturing Cells 17. A Systems Approach to Human Scheduling 18. The Meaning of Time: A View of Human Planning and Scheduling 19. Ten Years On - A Reflective View of Research on Human Factors in Planning and Scheduling PART FIVE: DEFINING THE FUTURE RESEARCH DOMAIN 20. A Research Agenda 21 Conclusions Context 2. From Anecdotes to Theory Part Two: Field Studies of Planners, Schedulers and Industrial Practice 3. The Scheduler-Supervisor Relationship: Linking Schedule Generation and Schedule Execution 4. Invest
Understanding how to make the best of human skills and knowledge is essential in the design of technology and jobs, particularly where these involve decision-making and uncertainty. Recent developments have been made in naturalistic decision-making, distributed cognition and situational awareness, particularly with respect to aviation, transport an

Kunden Rezensionen

Zu diesem Artikel ist noch keine Rezension vorhanden.
Helfen sie anderen Besuchern und verfassen Sie selbst eine Rezension.