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Models of pilot behavior and their use to evaluate the state of pilot training

Originální název

Models of pilot behavior and their use to evaluate the state of pilot training

Anglický název

Models of pilot behavior and their use to evaluate the state of pilot training

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This article discusses the possibilities of obtaining new information related to human behavior, namely the changes or progressive development of pilots‘ abilities during training. The main assumption is that a pilot’s ability can be evaluated based on a corresponding behavioral model, whose parameters are estimated using mathematical identification procedures. The mean values of the identified parameters are obtained via statistical methods. These parameters are then monitored and their changes evaluated. In this context, the paper introduces and examines relevant mathematical models of human (pilot) behavior, the pilot-aircraft interaction, and an example of the mathematical analysis.

Anglický abstrakt

This article discusses the possibilities of obtaining new information related to human behavior, namely the changes or progressive development of pilots‘ abilities during training. The main assumption is that a pilot’s ability can be evaluated based on a corresponding behavioral model, whose parameters are estimated using mathematical identification procedures. The mean values of the identified parameters are obtained via statistical methods. These parameters are then monitored and their changes evaluated. In this context, the paper introduces and examines relevant mathematical models of human (pilot) behavior, the pilot-aircraft interaction, and an example of the mathematical analysis.

BibTex


@article{BUT126430,
  author="Miroslav {Jirgl} and Rudolf {Jalovecký} and Zdeněk {Bradáč}",
  title="Models of pilot behavior and their use to evaluate the state of pilot training",
  annote="This article discusses the possibilities of obtaining new information related to human behavior, namely the changes or progressive development of pilots‘ abilities during training. The main assumption is that a pilot’s ability can be evaluated based on a corresponding behavioral model, whose parameters are estimated using mathematical identification procedures. The mean values of the identified parameters are obtained via statistical methods. These parameters are then monitored and their changes evaluated. In this context, the paper introduces and examines relevant mathematical models of human (pilot) behavior, the pilot-aircraft interaction, and an example of the mathematical analysis.",
  address="Journal of Electrical Engineering",
  chapter="126430",
  doi="10.1515/jee-2016-0039",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Journal of Electrical Engineering",
  number="4",
  volume="67",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="267--272",
  publisher="Journal of Electrical Engineering",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}