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For the operator, the essence of using this computer is the same as with most similar analogue computers, in that accuracy in setting-up and operating is more important than speed. Indeed, this requirement becomes more and more important for the operator with the growth of machines whose inherent speed relieves the operator of any serious speed stress, but instead requires that no errors should be made. 6a) was somewhat confusing. It was easy to put the connecting jack into the wrong socket and adjust the wrong knob, or leave the right knob at the wrong setting, or even displace a knob by mistake when plugging or unplugging the jack.

This particular computer is a moderately sized, general purpose machine, of which the amplifiers, function potentiometers, etc, can all be interconnected in the usual way by the removable patch panel. For the operator, the essence of using this computer is the same as with most similar analogue computers, in that accuracy in setting-up and operating is more important than speed. Indeed, this requirement becomes more and more important for the operator with the growth of machines whose inherent speed relieves the operator of any serious speed stress, but instead requires that no errors should be made.

To take an everyday example, the layout of a car dashboard might well reflect the starting sequence: Choke-ignition switch-starter-ignition and oil warning lights-leading down to gear lever and handbrake. However, many instruments do not always have to be operated in a fixed sequence. Here it is recommended that controls and displays should be grouped according to their functions, with the important and frequently used groups in the most convenient positions. For instance, on an oscilloscope, one group would comprise controls for the X deflection, another for the Y deflection, and a third for the time base, trigger and so on.

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