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Stabilizing Force Feedback in Bio-Actuated Control Systems.
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE WASHINGTON DC
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A biomechanical feedback arrangement wherein a varying force tending to improve the neurometer tracking response of a human subject, particularly in the presence of lateral or front-back G force fields, is added to the test subject input member of a feedback control system. Use of the biomechanical feedback in a high-performance aircraft and in a ground-based simulator apparatus is also disclosed, along with comparison results from simulator testing of human subjects.
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