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Bertilsson, E., Hogberg, D. och Hanson, L. (2012) *Using experimental design to define boundary manikins*.

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@article{

Bertilsson2012,

author={Bertilsson, Erik and Hogberg, D. and Hanson, Lars},

title={Using experimental design to define boundary manikins},

journal={Work-a Journal of Prevention Assessment & Rehabilitation},

issn={1051-9815},

volume={41},

issue={ Supplement: 1},

pages={4598-4605},

abstract={When evaluating human-machine interaction it is central to consider anthropometric diversity to ensure intended accommodation levels. A well-known method is the use of boundary cases where manikins with extreme but likely measurement combinations are derived by mathematical treatment of anthropometric data. The supposition by that method is that the use of these manikins will facilitate accommodation of the expected part of the total, less extreme, population. In literature sources there are differences in how many and in what way these manikins should be defined. A similar field to the boundary case method is the use of experimental design in where relationships between affecting factors of a process is studied by a systematic approach. This paper examines the possibilities to adopt methodology used in experimental design to define a group of manikins. Different experimental designs were adopted to be used together with a confidence region and its axes. The result from the study shows that it is possible to adapt the methodology of experimental design when creating groups of manikins. The size of these groups of manikins depends heavily on the number of key measurements but also on the type of chosen experimental design.},

year={2012},

keywords={Design of experiments, Confidence region, Ergonomics simulation, Digital },

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Electronic

ID 164154

A1 Bertilsson, Erik

A1 Hogberg, D.

A1 Hanson, Lars

T1 Using experimental design to define boundary manikins

YR 2012

JF Work-a Journal of Prevention Assessment & Rehabilitation

SN 1051-9815

VO 41

IS Supplement: 1

SP 4598

OP 4605

AB When evaluating human-machine interaction it is central to consider anthropometric diversity to ensure intended accommodation levels. A well-known method is the use of boundary cases where manikins with extreme but likely measurement combinations are derived by mathematical treatment of anthropometric data. The supposition by that method is that the use of these manikins will facilitate accommodation of the expected part of the total, less extreme, population. In literature sources there are differences in how many and in what way these manikins should be defined. A similar field to the boundary case method is the use of experimental design in where relationships between affecting factors of a process is studied by a systematic approach. This paper examines the possibilities to adopt methodology used in experimental design to define a group of manikins. Different experimental designs were adopted to be used together with a confidence region and its axes. The result from the study shows that it is possible to adapt the methodology of experimental design when creating groups of manikins. The size of these groups of manikins depends heavily on the number of key measurements but also on the type of chosen experimental design.

LA eng

DO 10.3233/WOR-2012-0075-4598

LK http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/WOR-2012-0075-4598

OL 30