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(1) You are right. Often different agencies and people confused the terms
task, subtask, and task element. Once you have defined what a task is, the
next major job is to construct a task inventory which lists all human
performance requirements in some systematic way.
Finally, let's get around to talking about trade-off analysis.
you'll remember our discussion, we emphasized that since our resources are
not unlimited, we, as designers, are restricted as to what can be developed.
If no limits were place on our manpower availability, money, and
technological input, nothing would be impossible.
However, we're afraid
this is not the case, and if you'll recall, various methods and decision
processes involved in trade-off analysis were presented.
lesson, however, one parameter was considered to have a higher priority.
Can you remember what that parameter was?
(1) Safety. Turn to Page 83.
(2) Life-cycle costing. Turn to Page 97.
(3) Required operational capability (ROC) or top level requirement (TLR).
Turn to Page 67.
(4) All of the above. Turn to page 82.
From Page 72
(3) You are incorrect. Not only does the adjustable range in this answer
not include females in the measurement, but also, it does not represent the
correct range of scores. Return to Page 72.