Poka-yoke is a Japanese term for a process that is translated in English as "mistake proofing." Various poka-yoke tools and techniques establish a better baseline for error-free processes. The concept of poka-yoke involves limiting the number of possible incorrect options, resulting in fewer (or no) user errors.
Because input devices are geared toward user-computer interaction, they are used to transform user actions or commands into electronic signals that are understood by computers.
Examples of input devices include:
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