Simulation in anthropotechnical management
V.O. Chulkov, Doct. tech. Sci., professor
of the Technology and organization
of construction production Department
Moscow State University of Civil
Engineering (National Research University)
Abstract. Modeling in anthropotechnical management (MAM) allows you to represent knowledge in a semantic network in which the semantic proximity is used as a criterion for establishing relationships between network elements. MAM allows on the semantic level to analyze information using automated methods of computer technology, but often requires the participation of a person. MAM is used in the formation and evaluation of design decisions, as well as in the analysis and optimization of organizational structures, taking into account the work performed. These models allow analyzing the functioning and quality of a specific branch automated system of organizing and improving anthropotechnical management.
Key words: modeling in anthropotechnical management; the relationship between the elements of information; semantic closeness; cognitive; analysis of the quality of functioning of the branch automated system of organization and improvement of anthropotechnical management.