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HANDBOOK FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF TRAINING FUNCTIONS DURING DESIGN OF OPERATIONAL EQUIPMENT.
DUNLAP AND ASSOCIATES INC WASHINGTON D C
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The handbook was prepared on a one-year study of how training considerations should be made during operational system design. For many systems, categories of operations can be defined according to whether on-system practice will normally be provided during mission fulfillment can be provided at some degradation to mission or equipment can be provided if additional equipment not essential to functioning of the basic machine simulates the external environment or can be provided if internal state modification possibilities have been incorporated into the basic machine. Beyond this operation categorization scheme, many factors, called training trade-offs, which must be considered in the allocation of training resources are discussed. Author
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