|PublicationsMajor articles (JCR)Grobelny J., Michalski R. (2019). Effects of scatter plot initial solutions on regular grid facility layout algorithms in typical production models. Central European Journal of Operations Research.|
Ulutas B.H., Ozkan N.F., Michalski R. (2019). Application of hidden Markov models to eye tracking data analysis of visual quality inspection operations. Central European Journal of Operations Research.
Michalski R. (2018). Information presentation compatibility in a simple digital control panel design: eye-tracking study. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics
Grobelny J., Michalski R. (2017). A novel version of simulated annealing based on linguistic patterns for solving facility layout problems. Knowledge-based Systems, 124, 55-69.
Grobelny J., Michalski R. (2015). The role of background color, interletter spacing, and font size on preferences in the digital presentation of a product. Computers in Human Behavior, 43, 85-100.
Michalski R. (2014). The influence of color grouping on users visual search behavior and preferences, Displays, 35(4), 176-195.
Michalski R., & Grobelny J. (2014). Designing emergency-medical-service helicopter interiors using virtual manikins. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 34(2), 16-23.
Grobelny J., Michalski R. (2011). Various approaches to a human preference analysis in a digital signage display design, Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries, 21(6), 529-542.
Michalski R. (2011). Examining users preferences towards vertical graphical toolbars in simple search and point tasks, Computers in Human Behavior, 27(6), 2308-2321.
Michalski R., Grobelny J. (2008). The role of colour preattentive processing in human-computer interaction task efficiency: a preliminary study, International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 38, 321-332.
Michalski R., Grobelny J., Karwowski W. (2006). The effects of graphical interface design characteristics on human-computer interaction task efficiency. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 36, 959-977.
Other articlesGrobelny J., Michalski R. (2020). Investigating human visual behavior by hidden markov models in the design of marketing information. [in:] D. N. Cassenti (Ed.), Advances in Human Factors and Simulation (pp. 234-245). LNCS Springer.
Michalski R., Koszela-Kulinska J. (2020). Eye-Tracking Examination of the Anthropological Race, Gender and Verbal-Pictorial Relative Positions on Ergonomics of Visual Information Presentation. [in:] F. Rebelo & M. M. Soares (Ed.), Advances in Ergonomics in Design (pp. 23-34). LNCS Springer.
The role of web layout design factors in modeling the internet user behavior
Workload assessment predictability for Digital Human Models
The effects of panel location, target size, and gender on efficiency in simple direct manipulation tasks
Computer-aided subjective assessment of factors disturbing the occupational human performance
CitationsExternal bibliometric databases
|SoftwareSowaSowa - Subjective Overall Workload Assessment. The subjective workload evaluation includes four fundamental dimensions: (1) Manual material handling, (2) Material work environment, (3) Body posture and movement, (4) Mental demand. Each of these dimensions is characterised by several attributes. SOWA takes into into account physical activity outside work, specifies relative importances of work dimensions, computes consistency of the obtained results, allows for comprehensive pain ailments evaluation, automatically generates and prints out questionnaires exports the results to Microsoft Excel|
ApolinexApolinex - Digital Human Modeling. The software system devoted to ergonomics modeling and design in the AutoCAD environment. The system's uses anthropometric mannequins, models vision capabilities, and allows for biomechanical analysis of the workload. The three-dimensional mannequin (model) is available inside an AutoCAD at any given time of the design process. Apolinex also generates the manikin's field of view. Apolinex has also the ability to calculate joint moments for specific body segments to assess the biomechanical workload.
Interface design, usability, preattentive processingErgonomics
Workload assessment, digital human modelling, facilities layoutManagement
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Ergonomic analyses of products and work spacesUsability
Expert and empirical analyses of software and website usabilityEye tracking
Oculographic analyses of human visual beaviorMore
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