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Tools for the research on operators' behavior in virtual environment
Author(s): Vladislav G. Zakharevitch; Igor P. Surzhenko; Vladimir G. Shapoval
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Paper Abstract

In this paper we consider such problems of simulation complexes tools creation and application as simulation methodologies and complex mobile objects operators training, based upon the use of psychophysiological feedback of the subject of control in virtual environment, simulator architecture, simulation support tools organization for virtual environment meant for complex mobile objects which contain in the automated control systems various sensors, novel problems which are possible to be solved, using virtual environment we propose. The peculiarity of proposed simulation methodology is the use of hardware and software for operator's psychophysiological state parameters control. Considered tools environment provides the following novel features and capabilities: loading control and purposeful training efficiency increase, efficient interactive control of operator training, estimation of realistic formation of synthetic environment, estimation of operator's perception of integral multispectral visualization, estimation of the impact of synthetic environment realistic level and estimation of the impact of some factors of synthetic situations upon operator.

Paper Details

Date Published: 13 August 1998
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 3367, Modeling and Simulating Sensory Response for Real and Virtual Environments, (13 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.317570
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Vladislav G. Zakharevitch, Taganrog State Univ. of Radio Engineering (Russia)
Igor P. Surzhenko, Taganrog State Univ. of Radio Engineering (Russia)
Vladimir G. Shapoval, Taganrog State Univ. of Radio Engineering (Russia)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3367:
Modeling and Simulating Sensory Response for Real and Virtual Environments
John D. Illgen; Edwin A. Trier, Editor(s)

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