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Task-analytic approach to the automated design of graphic presentations
BOZ is an automated graphic design and presentation tool that designs graphics based on an analysis of the task for which a graphic is intended to support. When designing a graphic, BOZ aims toExpand
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The Effectiveness of Airline Pilot Training for Abnormal Events
Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of airline pilot training for abnormal in-flight events. Background: Numerous accident reports describe situations in which pilots responded to abnormalExpand
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The Retention of Manual Flying Skills in the Automated Cockpit
Objective: The aim of this study was to understand how the prolonged use of cockpit automation is affecting pilots’ manual flying skills. Background: There is an ongoing concern about a potentialExpand
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The challenges of partially automated driving
Car automation promises to free our hands from the steering wheel but might demand more from our minds.
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Thoughts in Flight
Objective: The objective was to examine the relationship between cockpit automation use and task-related and task-unrelated thought among airline pilots. Background: Studies find that cockpitExpand
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Measuring and Evaluating Workload: A Primer
Since it's founding, NASA has been dedicated to the advancement of aeronautics and space science. The NASA scientific and technical information (STI) program plays a key part in helping NASA maintainExpand
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Perceived vs. measured effects of advanced cockpit systems on pilot workload and error: are pilots' beliefs misaligned with reality?
Four types of advanced cockpit systems were tested in an in-flight experiment for their effect on pilot workload and error. Twelve experienced pilots flew conventional cockpit and advanced cockpitExpand
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Chapter 19 – General Aviation
Publisher Summary It is often said that there are three classes of aviation: military, airlines, and everybody else. Everybody else is better known as general aviation, and on any given flying day,Expand
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Why Don't Pilots Submit More Pilot Weather Reports (PIREPs)?
Pilot weather reports (PIREPs) are voluntary reports of actual weather conditions encountered by pilots during flight. Pilot weather reports are an ideal complement to observational and forecastExpand
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