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A review of the effects of vibration on visual acuity and continuous manual control, part II: Continuous manual control

A review of the effects of vibration on visual acuity and continuous manual control, part II: Continuous manual control
A review of the effects of vibration on visual acuity and continuous manual control, part II: Continuous manual control

This second, and final, part of a review of the effects of vibration on human performance is concerned with continuous manual control, or tracking. As in the first part, which dealt with the effects of vibration on vision, the task and vibration variables which have been shown to affect the sensitivity of a task to vibration are discussed separately. Other sections are concerned with the measurement of tracking performance in vibration environments, general conclusions about the nature and mechanisms of the effects of vibration on tracking and the application of these conclusions in the form of predictive models. The procedures and results of most of the laboratory studies of vibration and tracking performance are separately summarized in tabular form in the Appendix as a convenient guide to the relevant literature.

0022-460X
415-457
Lewis, C.H.
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Griffin, M.J.
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Lewis, C.H.
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Griffin, M.J.
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Lewis, C.H. and Griffin, M.J. (1978) A review of the effects of vibration on visual acuity and continuous manual control, part II: Continuous manual control. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 56 (3), 415-457. (doi:10.1016/S0022-460X(78)80156-4).

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This second, and final, part of a review of the effects of vibration on human performance is concerned with continuous manual control, or tracking. As in the first part, which dealt with the effects of vibration on vision, the task and vibration variables which have been shown to affect the sensitivity of a task to vibration are discussed separately. Other sections are concerned with the measurement of tracking performance in vibration environments, general conclusions about the nature and mechanisms of the effects of vibration on tracking and the application of these conclusions in the form of predictive models. The procedures and results of most of the laboratory studies of vibration and tracking performance are separately summarized in tabular form in the Appendix as a convenient guide to the relevant literature.

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Published date: 8 February 1978
Organisations: University of Southampton

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Local EPrints ID: 410860
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/410860
ISSN: 0022-460X
PURE UUID: ab0a958c-59bf-4bfb-a87a-f70de2c1f6e5
ORCID for M.J. Griffin: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0743-9502

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Author: C.H. Lewis
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