Accession Number:

AD0432028

Title:

HUMAN FACTORS TECHNOLOGY IN THE DESIGN OF SIMULATORS FOR OPERATOR TRAINING,

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DUNLAP AND ASSOCIATES INC DARIEN CONN

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Report Date:

1963-12-18

Pagination or Media Count:

196.0

Abstract:

This report presents an organized body of information useful for dealing with those human factors problems frequently encountered in the development of the Weapons System Trainer. Emphasis is given throughout to the general problems involved in developing the complete training system rather than to the analysis of details specific to given training systems. It summarizes basic human factors information which influences the design and construction of training devices. Successive chapters of the report are devoted to determining training needs, developing the environment for learning, understanding simulation requirements for training, developing a measurement capability, and discussing the human engineering problems in trainer design. As it provides a considerable background of human factors information pertinent to the synthetic ground environment, this report will be of interest to individuals directly concerned with Weapons System Training programs, preparing trainer specifications, developing training standards, and testing and evaluating simulation equipment. Author

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE