Barli, Önder; Çolakoğlu, Elif; Akinci, Sevcan Kiliç
September 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2008, Vol. 12 Issue 37, p1
Academic Journal
In this paper, meaning, definition and history of human factors engineering (ergonomics) is being studied. Besides, the general framework, aims of ergonomics is being constituted; the main application fields of this concept in Turkey and the world is being discussed and the relationships of ergonomics with different concepts are examined.


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