Cover: How much automaticity for checkout equipment.

How much automaticity for checkout equipment.

Published 1960

by Sidney I. Firstman

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A method of programming (e.g., digital computer or paper tape system with manual decision) that determines the degree of automaticity of a checkout system. The implications that the choice of programmer carries for an automatic checkout system are discussed, and it is indicated how the characteristics of the system being checked and the anticipated oeprational conditions affect the selection of the programmer type and associated degree of automaticity.

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