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AltitudeOmics: Decreased reaction time after high altitude cognitive testing is a sensitive metric of hypoxic impairment
Humans experiencing hypoxic conditions exhibit multiple signs of cognitive impairment, and high altitude expeditions may be undermined by abrupt degradation in mental performance. Therefore, theExpand
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The Active Control of Altitude over Differing Texture
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We show that altitude can be better controlled when flight took place over parallel texture, than over perpendicular or square texture in the presence of a pseudorandom wind gust. Expand
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SCIPR: A Computational Model to Simulate Cultural Identities for Predicting Reactions to Events
Abstract : Today's military missions are not against other nation-states. Rather, they are against irregular forces engaged in terrorist or insurgent activities. A large part of waging successfulExpand
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Perception and Control of Simulated Self Motion.
Abstract : This report includes three experiment sections. The first experiment tested sensitivity decreased with higher flow rates, and demonstrated that (a) preview effects led to adaptation, (b)Expand
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Global optical metrics for self-motion perception
Abstract : During locomotion, the entire optic array along the path of travel is continuously transformed. The nature of the transformations is informative about changes in altitude, speed, andExpand
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Perspective Displays: The Control of Motion in 3-D Virtual Space
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Perspective displays have been used to better understand how peo le perceive self translation and rotation. Expand
Implementing the Cultural Dimension into a Command and Control System
Abstract : Current command and control (C2) operations are centered on addressing the root causes of state failure and instability. For success, these C2 operations require the cooperation of localExpand
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A UNIFIED CONDITIONAL FREQUENTIST AND BAYESIAN TEST FOR FIXED AND SEQUENTLAL SIMPLE HYPOTHESIS TESTING 1 BY JAMES 0
Preexperimental frequentist error probabilities are arguably inadequate, as summaries of evidence from data, in many hypothesis-testing settings. The conditional frequentist may respond to this byExpand
Optical Flow and Texture Variables Useful for Detecting Changes in Simulated Self Motion
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Several methods are presented for breaking linkages among global optical flow and texture variables in order to assess their usefulness in experiments requiring observers to distinguish change in speed or heading of simulated self motion from events representing constant speed or level flight. Expand
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