The De Anza Primer: A Basic Introduction to the De Anza Graphics Display
Final rept. for period ending Jul 1986
BDM CORP MONTEREY CA
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The De Anza Primer provides personnel newly assigned to the Training Analysis and Feedback TAF Section of the NTC Operations Group with a training tool for learning the routine skills needed to operate the De Anza Graphics Display. The instruction is organized in a step-by-step manner that begins with the most rudimentary station operations and progresses through the manipulation and control of all functions necessary for routine operation of the De Anza Graphics Display Tablet. Instruction is presented in a series of hands-on exercises that demonstrate various graphics display functions used by Core Instrumentation Subsystem CIS personnel to electronically monitor the battalion task force during the rotation. The manual is divided into six sections 1 Preventive MaintenanceMinor Troubleshooting 2 Map Control 3 UnitPlayer Display Formats 4 Control Measures 5 Map and Button Bins and 6 Historian and AAR Mode Controls. Each section contains one or more sets of hands-on exercises designed to be completed with minimum supervision regardless of the skill level of the learner. All exercise sets can be completed in 4-12 hours. In addition to the Table of Contents, which lists all exercise and function buttons described in the text, an alphabetical Index that lists each De Anza function addressed in the manual and references the pages of instruction is also included.
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