Handbook of Human Systems Integration
Over the past decade the military (both US andforeign) has developed a wide range of tools,techniques, and technologies for integrating humanfactors into systems engineering. Many of thesemethodologies have been providing a number of costand performance benefits that otherwise would nothave been accomplished.
Technical Advisors and Reviewers.
Chapter 1. Introduction: Human Systems Integration (Harold R. Booher).
PART I. ORGANIZATION, MANAGEMENT, CULTURE.
Chapter 2. Leadership That Achieves Human Systems Integration (Charles S. Harris, et al.).
Chapter 3. Human Systems Integration Roles in a Systems Acquisition Culture (Glen Hewitt and Dino Piccione).
Chapter 4. Human Systems Integration and Systems Acquisition Interfaces (Edwin R. Smootz).
Chapter 5. Human Systems Integration Education and Training (Brian M. Kleiner and Harold R. Booher).
PART II. SYSTMS ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT PROCESSES.
Chapter 6. Human Integration Requirements in Systems Acquisition: United Kingdom Approach (John A. Harrison and Melanie Forster).
Chapter 7. Human Systems Integration and Acquisition: Contractor s Perspective (Bruce E. Hamilton).
Chapter 8. Human System Measurements and Tradeoffs in System Design (Michael Barnes and David Beevis).
Chapter 9. Simulation Based Acquisition (Stephen R. Olson and Andrew P. Sage).
Cha pter 10. User Centered Systems Engineering Framework (Lee Scott Ehrhart and Andrew P. Sage).
PART III. METHODS, TOOLS, AND TECHNOLOGIES.
Chapter 11. Manpower, Personnel and Training Integration Methods and tools (Susan Archer, et al.).
Chapter 12. Integrating Training into the Design and Operation of Complex Systems (Lawrence J. Hettinger).
Chapter 13. Human Factors Engineering Methods and Tools (John Lockett and Jeffrey Powers).
Chapter 14. System Safety Principles and Methods (Donald W. Swallom, et al.).
Chapter 15. Environmental Health Hazard Analysis and Assessment (Welford C. Roberts).
Chapter 16. Personnel Survivability Methodology (Richard N. Zigler and Ronald A. Weiss).
Chapter 17. Cost and Benefit Analysis for Human Systems Integration (William B. Rouse and Kenneth R. Boff).
PART IV. APPLICATIONS.
Chapter 18. Human Systems Integration in Army Systems Acquisition (Harold R. Booher and James Minninger).
Chapter 19. Human Characteristics and Measures in System Design (Nita Lewis Miller, et al.).
Chapter 20. Human Centered Shipboard Systems and Operations (Glenn A. Osga).
Chapter 21. Linking Human Performance Principles to the Design of Information Systems (Linda G. Pierce and Eduardo Salas).
Chapter 22. Human Systems Integration and Training for New Systems (John Klesch and William Stembler).
Chapter 23. Air Traffic Control and Human Factor Integration (Anne Mavor and Christopher Wickens).
Chapter 24. Human Systems Integration & New Product Development (William B. Rouse).