German standards for display work stations (Englisch)

In: Displays   ;  5 ,  3  ;  131-134  ;  1984
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AbstractThis paper reports the current state of standardization in the ergonomics of display work stations in the Federal Republic of Germany. The terminological standards have been published under DIN 66 233 Parts 1 and 2, and the technical standards under DIN 66 234 Parts 1–3 and Parts 5–7. Part 1 of DIN 66 234 specifies the minimum requirements for good character legibility. Part 2 describes the parameters for the perceptibility of characters, solely with reference to the display of light characters on a darker background. Part 3 gives recommendations on the grouping and formatting of data. Visual and audible coding is discussed in Part 5. Part 6 deals with display work station design, and Part 7 describes the working environment.

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    German standards for display work stations
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    Displays ; 5 ; 3 ; 131-134
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    1984
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    Aufsatz (Zeitschrift)
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    Elektronische Ressource
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