On-Line Encoding of Voice Net Messages for Computer-Assisted Trainee Performance Evaluation.
NAVAL PERSONNEL AND TRAINING RESEARCH LAB SAN DIEGO CALIF
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The purpose of the study was to develop and evaluate an essentially on-line method of entering voice net information into a digital computer system in order to facilitate 1 computerized evaluation of trainee performance in mock-ups of conventional Combat Information Centers 2 reconstruction of live exercises at sea. The method investigated was a combination of manual alpha-numeric encoding on prepared forms followed by entry into the computer system via keyset. The simulation system utilized was the Tactical Advanced Combat Direction and Electronic Warfare TACDEW complex at the Fleet Anti-Air Warfare Training Center, San Diego. A requirement for many mock-ups in this complex is to record into the computer system various trainee responses which are reflected in voice messages. The audio material consisted of recordings of the combat informationdirection and air control voice nets during simulated anti-air warfare exercises. Author
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