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The user-computer interface in process control

a human factors engineering handbook

by Walter E. Gilmore

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  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Academic Press in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Process control -- Data processing.,
  • Human-computer interaction.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWalter E. Gilmore, David I. Gertman, Harold S. Blackman.
    ContributionsGertman, David., Blackman, Harold S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS156.8 .G54 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 323, 104, 9 p. :
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2209606M
    ISBN 10012283965X
    LC Control Number89032045

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The User-Computer Interface in Process Control: A Human Factors Engineering Handbook is a handbook of human factors engineering guidelines for the design of the user-computer interface in process control : Walter Gilmore.

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Within this broad philosophy it is possible to divide the oomputer interfaoes into the categories of operator, engineer and management (i.e. senior and middle management) interfaces, and each of these will be considered in turn.

The OperatoI'ace The discussion in the Appendix shows that the work of the process operator can Cited by: 2. The PI-PCS interface enables the download of control recipes to the lower-level control system and the upload of process-related data in the form of process messages.

In addition, it can be used to download general data on characteristics that make up control recipes and process. This book takes a broad view of the work going on in the development of user interfaces for expert systems and examines the expert system building process both in academic and industrial : James Hendler.

Forms of Computer Process Control Computer process control can be classified into two categories a) Open loop process control: In this process control actions are implemented by the control computer that does not requires the feedback data to be collected from the process.

Control commands Computer Process Process variables. Open loop. Functional Representation of Remote Control User interface Therefore, for the presented work, only the user interface concerning only this communication channel is discussed, in the form of analysis of human-machine user interface for user interaction in remote control functionality within a distributed manufacturing systems paradigm.

This book identifies process as the central factor in plant automation and develops theory and practice to present the parameters of good dynamic performance.

Approaches are presented for measurement selection, process/modification, control structure design and algorithm tuning to achieve good performance over a range of operating by: centred design process, as taught in earlier years of the tripos and experienced in many Man-Machine Interface (MMI), User Interface Design (UI), Human rather than relying on control keys to select predefined options.

An obvious application, in the engineering context of MIT, was to make File Size: KB. Role of computers in measurement and (process) control 3 Basic components of computer based measurement and control systems 4 Architecture – computer based process control system 7 Human Machine Interface (HMI) 12 Hardware for computer based process control system 13File Size: 1MB.

User interface design principles 9 Principle. Description. User familiarity. The interface should use terms and concepts which are drawn from the experience of the people who will make most use of the system.

Consistency. The interface should be consistent in that, wherever possible, comparable operations should be activated in the same way.

A book written in still remaining one of the best style guides for web interfaces. How to plan, develop and manage a website or web project; Information on web teams and on interface design; Highly readable, this book is overflowing with examples and is beneficial for a.

Automation - Automation - Computer process control: In computer process control, a digital computer is used to direct the operations of a manufacturing process.

Although other automated systems are typically controlled by computer, the term computer process control is generally associated with continuous or semicontinuous production operations involving materials such as chemicals, petroleum.

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Polson. Buy from Amazon USA or buy from Amazon U.K. As the title says, this book is a collection of success stories where the use of usability methods have resulted in major product improvements. User interface (UI) design is the process of making interfaces in software or computerized devices with a focus on looks or style.

Designers aim to create designs users will find easy to use and pleasurable. Hi Oded, Thank you for your reply. I totally made a bonehead mistake and this question should be deleted - I had changed the namespace on the control thats why the LoadControl() function was breaking.

Doh. Only realized this after I scrapped all my interface code to start over only to still get the same errors. Woops. – rusty Feb 4 '11 at Interface Management Process Activities and Products Interface management is an iterative process: as knowledge of the system and system elements increases during design activities, verifiable lower-level requirements and interfaces are defined and refined.

1. Chemical Process Control by George Stephanopoulos (?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&sqi=2&ved.Ch 15 Human Machine Interface 4 Fig. A handheld thermocouple readout device with paper recording output Fig. Several discrete controller devices for process control.

Each device is capable of solving a single or multiple loops of process data executing a PID formula and controlling the output of the control loop.Text-Based User Interface This method relies primarily on the keyboard. A typical example of this is UNIX. The main advantages of a Text-Based User Interface are: to customize options lly capable of more powerful tasks The main disadvantages of a Text-Based User Interface are: heavily on recall rather than Size: KB.