Ergonomic System Analysis of Road Transportation
AbstractThe paper presents decomposition analysis of road transpOI·tation system using the ergonomic system ana~vsis. Theanalysis is performed by its 'Man-Vehicle', 'Man-Road' and'Man-Operation' subsystems treated as systems with their ownsubsystems.Since the ergonomic factors within road transportation systemwith its subsystems or elements are very complex and comprehensive,only the implications of the 'Driver-Vehicle' systemare analysed.
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