Found 38 Papers
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Volume 1974
Rationale for the Aviation Wide-Angle Visual System

Year: 1974

Author: M. Aronson

Abstract: This paper does not have an abstract.

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Advances in Equipment Simulation for Maintenance Training

Year: 1974

Author: R. Daniels

Abstract: This paper does not have an abstract.

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Advances in Optical Memories for Sensor Simulation

Year: 1974

Authors: R. Entwistle, J. Dillard

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Correlated Displays for Training - One Step Closer to the Real World

Year: 1974

Author: W. Bunker

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Human Engineering of Interactive CRT Systems for Training Device Instructors

Year: 1974

Author: Edwin Cohen

Abstract: Interactive CRT systems, a fairly new and rapidly changing technology, have been adopted as the means of providing simulator instructors and operators with the wide variety of information they need and, when used with computer input devices such as keyboards and light pens, as the means for making inputs to the simulator. Because of the newness of this technology, and its rapid rate of change, there is a paucity of human engineering data and guidelines extant on CRT use. Much of the available information is not directly applicable to training device instructor stations in which the variety and amount of information in the data base and the variety and pace of actions that the instructor must execute differ markedly from those in other CRT systems. This paper accepts the definition of CRT-related instructor tasks discussed in the paper by Stark and Puig, and discusses the human engineering considerations in implementing these tasks. Interalia, multi-user and multi-CRT configurations, display content and formatting, display quality, and interaction considerations are treated.

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A Guide for the Application of Performance Structure-Oriented CAI in Military Jobs

Year: 1974

Authors: J. Rigney, A. Blaiwes

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Project 1183 an Evaluation of Digital Radar Landmass Simulation

Year: 1974

Authors: T. Hoog, R. Dahlberg, R. Robinson

Abstract:

The completion of the Project 1183 evaluation phase will provide a digital radar landmass simulation benchmark to all agencies involved in radar training. The real training value of high-fidelity radar simulation will be established. Experience and data gathered during the project will define simulation parameters for future procurements.

The equipment developed to fulfill Project 1183 requirements and objectives will advance the state-of-the-art in digital radar landmass simulation, by using the most effective technology available or contemplated. The system architecture and computation techniques will provide global simulation capability for long-range missions, with new standards of image accuracy and fidelity.

Beyond equipment development is the following set of conclusions which, through Project 1183, forecasts a dynamic future:

• Future trends are to support advanced high-performance systems with cartographic information in digital form. Specifically, landmass simulation will be accomplished exclusively from digital files within the next decade.

• The costs associated with preparation of this data must be reduced and advanced technology holds the key to this cost reduction.

• The future of sensor simulation in the digital realm is international in scope.

• The potential cost savings to be accrued via improved simulation techniques are very large. Consequently, higher expenditures to create the digital data required to accomplish improved simulation are warranted.

• A significant effort to consolidate user requirements and evaluate standardization potential is necessary.

• With proper planning, the possibility exists to spread costs of DDB development over many end products.

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The Use of Simulation in the Training of Nuclear Power Plant Operators

Year: 1974

Authors: T. Hughes, J. O'Halloran

Abstract: This paper does not have an abstract.

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Holographic Carrier Landing Simulator

Year: 1974

Authors: Alfred Rodemann, Denis Breglia

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Use of Cathode-Ray Tubes at Instructor Stations

Year: 1974

Authors: E. Stark, J. Puig

Abstract: The incorporation of cathode-ray tube displays in flight simulator instructor stations will permit the masses of data available in the simulator to be organized for more rapid, meaningful interpretation. The CRT can display relevant data, when needed, in any format appropriate to each instructional task. Experience with current CRT instructor stations is reviewed, together with the instructional tasks accomplished in flight simulators. Recommendations are made for the further definition of the simulator instructor's tasks, and for the extended application of CRT'S. Emphasis is placed on the analysis of requirements for the display and formatting of instructional information.

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