Sources of Difficulty in Troubleshooting Automated Manufacturing Systems
Conference Proceeding Article
Troubleshooting - the process of locating and diagnosing a fault in a system - is often difficult for the maintenance specialist in a computer controlled manufacturing system. They face a large system of many parts, where each part is complex in itself and where parts are interconnected in complex ways. This book addresses the ways maintenance specialists acquire and use information during troubleshooting and the types of difficulties they encounter in order to guide the improvement of computer-based troubleshooting support systems.
Troubleshooting, computer controlled, manufacturing systems
Computer Sciences | Management Information Systems
Information Systems and Management
Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ergonomics of Advanced Manufacturing and Hybrid Automated Systems
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Bereiter, Susan R. and Steven M. Miller. 1988. Troubleshooting and Human Factors in Automated Manufacturing Systems. In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ergonomics of Advanced Manufacturing and Hybrid Automated Systems, edited by W. Karwowski, 37-50. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
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