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Basic Capabilities of Man and Machine in Respect to Automated Checkout

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2 Author(s)
Sidney I. Firstman ; The Rand Corporation ; Nehemiah Jordan

The basic capabilities and limitations of men and machines are discussed, as they relate to automated testing of aerospace vehicles. Operators and technicians are discussed from psychological and physiological viewpoints, and present automatic checkout equipment is discussed in respect to in-system performance. Both general and specific capabilities and limitations are discussed. The views presented are based upon an extensive survey of field applications of automatic checkout equipment.

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IEEE Transactions on Aerospace  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 2 )