1st Edition

Advances in Applied Human Modeling and Simulation

Edited By

Vincent G. Duffy

ISBN 9780367381127
Published October 23, 2019 by CRC Press
578 Pages

USD $74.95

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Book Description

An examination of the various types of human-modeled technology, Advances in Applied Human Modeling and Simulation not only covers the type of models available, but how they can be applied to solve specific problems. These models provide a representation of some human aspects that can be inserted into simulations or virtual environments and facilitate prediction of safety, satisfaction, usability, performance, and sustainability.

Topics include:

  • Anthropometry and human functional data

  • Biomechanics, occupational safety, comfort and discomfort

  • Biometric authentications

  • Driving safety and human performance

  • Enhancing human capabilities through aids or training

  • Fuzzy systems and neural computing

  • Human behavior and risk assessment modeling

  • Integrating software with humans and systems

  • International cooperation in education and engineering research

  • Intelligent agents in decision training

  • Intelligent data and text mining

  • Machine learning and human factors

  • Modeling physical aspects of work

  • Monitoring systems and human decision

  • Psychophysiological indicators of emotion

  • Resilience engineering and human reliability

  • Scenario-based performance in distributed enterprises

  • Special populations

  • Sustainability, earth sciences and engineering

  • System-of-systems architecting and engineering

  • Verification and validation

  • Virtual interactive design and assessment

The math and science provides a foundation for visualizations that can facilitate decision making by technical experts, management or those responsible for public policy. In considering a systems perspective and decisions that affect performance, these models provide opportunities for an expanded role of engineers and HF/E specialist

Table of Contents

Section I: Human Model Fidelity and Sensitivity Human Modeling and Simulation with High Biofidelity, Sensitivity Analysis of Achieving A Reach Task Considering Joint Angle and Link Length Variability, Probabilistic and Simulation-Based Methods for Study Of Slips, Trips, and Falls - State of the Art, Helmet Risk Assessment for Top and Side Impact in Construction Sectors, Stochastic optimization applications in robotics and human modeling - A literature survey, Section II: Problem Solving Applications Service Management System Based on Computational Customer Models Using Large-Scale Log Data of Chain Stores, Development of the Database on Daily Living Activities for the Realistic Biomechanical Simulation, Social System Design Using Models of Social And Human Mind Network - CVCA, WCA and Bayesian Network Modeling, Promotion of Social Participation among the Elderly Based on Happiness Structure Analysis Using Extended ICF,Barcode Scanning Data Acquisition Systems in Temporary Housing Area to Support Victim Community, Section III: Information Processing and Intelligent Agents 11 Analysis of the Effect of an Information Processing Task on Goal Directed Arm Movements, Cognitive and Affective Modeling in Intelligent Virtual Humans For Training and Tutoring Applications, Intelligent Agents and Serious Games for the Development of Contextual Sensitivity, Outdoor Augmented Reality for Adaptive Mental Model Support, Section IV: Human Surface Scan, Data Processing and Shape Modeling Topology Free Automated Landmark Detection, Geometric Analysis of 3D Torso Scans for Personal Protection Applications, Shape Description of the Human Body Based on Discrete Cosine Transformation, Section V: Student Models in Adaptive Modern Instructional Settings Personalized Refresher Training Based on a Model of Competency Acquisition and Decay, Modeling student arguments in research reports, Modeling Student Behaviors in an Open-Ended Environment for Learning Environment, Detailed Modeling of Student Knowledge in a Simulation Context, Framework for Instructional Technology, Section VI: Advanced in Modeling for User Centered Design Assessment Of Manikin Motions in IMMA, E. Bertilsson, The Use of Volumetric Projection in Digital Human Modelling Software for the Identification of Category N3 Vehicle Blind Spots, The Use of DHM Based Volumetric View Assessments in the Evaluation of Car A-Pillar Obscuration, Using Ergonomic Criteria to Adaptively Define Test Manikins for Design Problems, Automatic Fitting of a 3D Character to a Computer Manikin, Comparison of Algorithms for Automatic Creation of Virtual Manikin Motions, An Algorithm for Shoe-Last Bottom Flattening, Section VII: Validation for Human Interaction in Various Consumer, Ground Transport and Space Vehicle Applications Occupant Calibration and Validation Methods, Model for Predicting the Performance of Planetary Suit Hip Bearing Designs, Integration of Strength Models with Optimization-Based Posture Prediction, Effects of Changes in Waist of Last on the High-Heeled In-Shoe Plantar Pressure Distribution, Fingertips Deformation under Static Forces: Analysis and Experiments, The Arch Analysis with 3D Foot Model under Different Weight-Loading, Multi-Scale Human Modeling for Injury Prevention, Comparative Ergonomic Evaluation of Spacesuit and Space Vehicle Design, Evaluation of the Enlarging Method with Haptic Using Multi-Touch Interface, Reconstruction of Skin Surface Models for Individual Subjects, Effects of High Heel Shape on Gait Dynamics and Comfort Perception, M. Kouchi and M. Mochimaru Section VIII: Cognitive and Social Aspects: Modeling, Monitoring, Decision and Response Affective LED Lighting Color Schemes Based On Product Type, Human Activity and Social Simulation, Effects of the Order of Contents in the Voice Guidance When Operating Machine, Framing the Socio-Cultural Context to Aid Course of Action Generation for Counterinsurgency, The vmStrat Domain Specific Language, Decision Support System for Generating Optimal Sized and Shaped Tool Handles, Ergonomic Work Analysis Applied to Chemical Laboratories on an Oil and Gas Research Center, Evaluation of the Map for the Evacuation in Disaster Using PDA Based on the Model of the Evacuation Behavior, Section IX: New Methods and Modeling in Future Applications Diagrammatic User Interfaces, R. Nakatsu A Study on Effect of Coloration Balance on Operation Efficiency and Accuracy, Based On Visual Attractiveness of Color, The Integration of Ethnography and Movement Analysis in Disabled Workplace Development, Multi-Source Community Pulse Dashboard, Development of a 3-D Kinematic Model for Analysis of Ergonomic Risk for Rotator Cuff Injury in Aircraft Mechanics, Analysis of a Procedural System for Automatic Scenario Generation, Motion Synthesizer Platform for Moving Manikins,Human Engineering Modeling and Performance: Capturing humans and Opportunities,

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