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More than 40 Years of Operator-Process-Communication Research

  • Jon Øyen Hol
  • Thorbjørn J. Bjørlo
Conference paper

Abstract

From 12″ monochrome screens to wall-sized million colour display panels. Lessons learned and problems solved.

Keywords

Control Room Information Presentation Line Printer Stud Simulator Human Factor Research 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.OECD Halden Reactor ProjectInstitutt for EnergiteknikkHaldenNorway

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