Article 8414

Title of the article

                                BUILDING OF THE “HUMAN-COMPUTER” INTERFACE FOR THE SYSTEM                                   OF COMPLEX OBJECTS AUTOMATIC CONTROL

Authors

Kosnikov Yuriy Nikolaevich, Doctor of engineering sciences, professor, head of sub-department of data-processing systems, Penza State University (40 Krasnaya street, Penza, Russia), jkos@pnzgu.ru

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004.5

Abstract

Background. The research object is the human-computer interfaces for the system of multiparameter objects management. The research subject is the scientific principles of effective interaction between an operator and the system of complex object control. The aim of the article is to present the scientific principles of the “human-computer” interface building on the basis of a combination of integral and detailed displaying of complex objects’ parameters.
Materials and methods. The common principles of interface space designing are the following: usability, hierarchical form, composite nature, objective orientation and cognitive nature.
Results. Application of the suggested principles of interface space building enables a complex object’s operator to choose a proper-detail level of interface spatial hierarchy in order to solve each applied problem. In the output are there is created an information space including both the virtual reality elements and the elements based on the other methods of engineering-psychological encoding. The hierarchy of 3D models of interface objects increases interface’s self-descriptiveness and requires no additional space in the output area. Application of the above-mentioned principles allows to build usable interfaces for the systems controlling technical, socioeconomic, biomedical and other objects.
Conclusions. In the framework of a single interface the suggested approach allows to combine integral indexing of a multiparameter object’s condition, required for quick estimation of its condition in general, with detailed displaying of processes, necessary for their quantitative adjustment.

Key words

human-computer interface, control system, monitoring, polyvalent object, usability, hierarchy, complexity, object approach, cognitivity, integrated indication, mimic, detailed presentation.

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