Human Factors in Simulation and Training (häftad)
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CRC Press
Bolia, Robert S. (contributions)/Macchairella, Nickolas D. (contributions)/Hancock, Peter A. (contributions)/Brannick, Michael T. (contributions)/Schmorrow, Dylan D. (contributions)/Vidulich, Michael A. (contributions)/Stanney, Kay (contributions)/Bolia, Robert S. (contributions)/Macchairella, Nicko
black and white 89 Illustrations 10 equations 27 Tables black and white
27 Tables, black and white; 89 Illustrations, black and white
251 x 178 x 25 mm
794 g
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Human Factors in Simulation and Training (häftad)

Human Factors in Simulation and Training

Häftad,  Engelska, 2019-07-29

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Measure twice, cut once. Although applicable to all areas of human factors research, the old adage is especially relevant to simulation and training. As a tool, simulation is an aid to the imagination, however, if incorrectly or inadequately used, it can lead to inaccurate outcomes that not only limit the possibilities but potentially cause harm. A comprehensive overview of the topic from a human factor perspective, Human Factors in Simulation and Training not only reflects the state-of-the art but also integrates the literature on simulation into a cohesive resource. The editors have collected chapters on a wide variety of topics, beginning with theory and application in areas ranging from traditional training to augmented reality to virtual reality. This coverage includes surface ships, submarines, naval aviation, commercial aviation, space, and medicine. The theory based section focuses on human factors aspects of simulation and training ranging from the history of simulators and training devices, to future trends in simulation from both a civilian and military perspective. The chapters expand on concepts regarding simulator usage particularly with respect to the validity and functionality of simulators as training devices. They contain in depth discussions of specific issues including fidelity, interfaces and control devices, transfer of training, simulator sickness, effects of motion in simulated systems, and virtual reality. As more, and more sophisticated, simulation tools and training technologies become available, a complete understanding of how to use them appropriately will be even more crucial. Elucidating theory and application, the book addresses numerous issues and concepts pertaining to human factors in simulation and training, making this volume an important addition to the bookshelf of any human factors professional.
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Peter A. Hancock, Dennis A. Vincenzi, John A. Wise, Mustapha Mouloua


Human Factors in Simulation and Training: An Overview. Justification for Use of Simulation. Transfer of Training. Simulation Fidelity. Controls and Displays for Aviation Research Simulation. Simulation Sickness. Situation Awareness in Simulation and Training. Human Factors and Discrete Event Simulation. Virtual Reality in the Training Environment. Ship-handling Applications for Virtual Environment Simulation. The Transformation of Ship Handling and Navigation Training. Space Adaptation Syndrome and Perceptual Training. Civil Aviation: Flight Simulators and Training. Augmented Reality as a Means of Job Task Training in Aviation. Simulation Research in the Command and Control of Air Operations: Implications of the Network-Centric Concept. Simulation Advances in Medical Education and Training: Laparoscopic Skill Acquisition. Performance measurement Issues and Guidelines for Adaptive, Simulation-Based Training. Performance Assessment in Simulation. The Future of Simulation.