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integration of human knowledge

Oliver L. Reiser

integration of human knowledge

a study of the formal foundations and the social implications of unified science.

by Oliver L. Reiser

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Published by Porter Sargent in Boston, Mass .
Written in English


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SeriesExtending horizon books
The Physical Object
Pagination478p. :
Number of Pages478
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Open LibraryOL13673471M

By email: ishkadm @ By mail: ISHK L MERIDIAN AVE # SAN JOSE CA Support Our Programs. An important theme of this report is the integration of human-system methods within the system development process, so that multiple human-system integration (HSI) concerns can be addressed effectively with the least resource reflects the position of Miller () in his initial description of the task analysis method as a procedure that can serve design and . Environmental attributes include temperature, humidity, noise, vibration, radiation, shock, air quality, among many others. This "environment" affects the human's ability to function as a part of the system (DAU ).


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