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Human factors, or ergonomics, is an essential consideration in evelopment and design work and has been receiving increased emphasis at IBM. Human factors work at IBM is the subject of the papers in this issue of the IBM Systems Journal, a theme which will be continued in the next issue with additional software papers that focus on this subject, but under the broader concept of usability. The papers in these issues sample work covering hardware and software design, publications usability, and basic research in the psychology of man-computer interaction.
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