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Research principles and the construction of mnemonic diagramsMnemonic diagrams are defined as a variety of information display devices, the essential element of which is conventional graphical presentation of technological or functional-operational links in a controlled system or object. Graphically displaying the operational structure of an object, the interd dependence between different parameters, and the interdependence between indicators and control organs, the mneomonic diagram reduces the load on the operator's memory and facilitates perception and reprocessing of information and decision making, while at the same time playing the role of visual support to the information activity of the operator. The types of mnemonic diagrams are listed.
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Other - Other
Venda, V. F.
(Translation Consultants Ltd. Arlington, VA, United States)
Mitkin, A. A.
(Translation Consultants Ltd. Arlington, VA, United States)
Date Acquired
August 7, 2013
Publication Date
June 1, 1973
Publication Information
Publication: Ergonomics: Principles and Recommendations, No. 1 (NASA-TT-F-716)
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Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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