Search for dissertations about: "computer-aided work"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 136 swedish dissertations containing the words computer-aided work.

  1. 1. Computer use @ work. Psychosocial work environment and attitudes toward computers from a work content perspective

    Author : Birgitta Wanek; Institutionen för psykologi; []
    Keywords : SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; work content; employees; work tasks; computer use; process operators; VDU use; computer-aided work; psychosocial work environment; computer attitudes; measurements; Occupational health; industrial medicine; Industrial psychology; Socialpsykologi; Social psychology; Psykologi; Psychology; arbetsmiljömedicin; Yrkesmedicin; Arbetspsykologi; industripsykologi;

    Abstract : This thesis aims at investigating computer use at work from a more holistic work content perspective by also studying non-computer work content, in contrast to the previous approach in occupational health research that focused almost solely on computer work content. It was argued here that non-computer work content has also become significant to the overall work situation for computer users. READ MORE

  2. 2. Planning of Environments for People with Physical Disabilities Using Computer Aided Design

    Author : Joakim Eriksson; Ergonomi och aerosolteknologi; []
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; manikin; Virtual Reality; CAD; computer aided design; 3D graphics; design tool; participatory planning; adaptation; Rehabilitation; disability; anthropometry; Technological sciences; magnetic resonance imaging; MRI; cervical spine kinematics; Teknik; biomechanics;

    Abstract : In the area of environment adaptations for people with physical disabilities, it is of vital importance that the design is optimized considering the human-environment interactions. All involved persons in such a planning process must be given sufficient support in understanding the information, so that everyone can participate actively. READ MORE

  3. 3. Method Development for Computer Aided Engineering for Aircraft Conceptual Design

    Author : Adrien Bérard; Arthur Rizzi; Dieter Scholz; KTH; []
    Keywords : ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Aircraft conceptual design; Computer Aided Design CAD ; buffet onset; unsteady vortex-lattice method; Vehicle engineering; Farkostteknik;

    Abstract : This thesis presents the work done to implement new computational tools and methods dedicated to aircraft conceptual design sizing and optimization. These tools have been exercised on different aircraft concepts in order to validate them and assess their relevance and applicability to practical cases. READ MORE

  4. 4. A first sketch of Computer Aided Ideation : Exploring CAD tools as externalization media in design ideation

    Author : Philip Ekströmer; Renee Wever; Johan Ölvander; Peter Törlind; Linköpings universitet; []

    Abstract : Even though Computer Aided Design (CAD) tools have changed the way designers work in most parts of the design process, designers still mostly use pen-and-paper sketching when generating design ideas. Previous studies exploring the use of CAD tools for design ideation have concluded that the tools available at the time did not support reflective conversation, serendipitous interpretation and creativity, making them unsuited for design ideation. READ MORE

  5. 5. Resampling Evaluation of Signal Detection and Classification : With Special Reference to Breast Cancer, Computer-Aided Detection and the Free-Response Approach

    Author : Anna Bornefalk Hermansson; Rolf Larsson; Ulf Olsson; Dankmar Böhning; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : Statistics; breast cancer; trend modelling; FROC; confidence intervals; threshold independence; bootstrap; kernel density estimation; mammography; computer-aided detection; Statistik;

    Abstract : The first part of this thesis is concerned with trend modelling of breast cancer mortality rates. By using an age-period-cohort model, the relative contributions of period and cohort effects are evaluated once the unquestionable existence of the age effect is controlled for. READ MORE