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Visual sorting at ergonomically designed workstations


Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (85-1618): 13 pp
Visual sorting at ergonomically designed workstations
Relationships between preview lengths, percent defect levels and inspection accuracy for simulated fruit moving on a conveyor belt towards an inspector were investigated.


Accession: 001507923



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