Objectives Hierarchy for Air Intercept Controller Prototype Training System.
Final rept. 28 Sep 78-28 Jun 81,
LOGICON INC SAN DIEGO CA TACTICAL AND TRAINING SYSTEMS DIV
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This is the second report of a series describing the design, implementation, and tests of the use of computer speech recognition technology in the tactical training area. The technical issues in psychology, training, and speech recognition will require a highly complex integration effort in order to be successful. This report provides the details required in order to develop a syllabus. Objectives are arranged in hierarchies to depict their interrelationships. An alternate numbers table indicates objectives required on more than one higher level objective. It will be the task of the syllabus development effort to teach these objectives in a sequence which provides training cost effectiveness and efficient skill acquisition. More tasks are included here than are taught now, but none of these tasks are irrelevant to the AIC. The prototype system developed from these objectives will serve as a test vehicle for incorporation of advanced technologies into the specifications of follow-on trainers. Fleet personnel will play a major role in the design and evaluation of the prototype, and thereby play a major role in the selection of the advanced technologies. The training enhancements evolving from this process will maintain the Navys image as a leader in training systems.
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