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TASKILLAN: A Validation Test Bed for Complex Performance Models
Proceedings of the Psychology in the Department of Defense Eleventh Symposium
  • Christopher D. Wickens
  • John M. Flach, Wright State University - Main Campus
  • Arthur Kramer
  • Kelly Harwood
  • Gavan Lintern
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
4-1-1988
Abstract

In order to assess the validity of models of human learning and performance to real world aviation system design, a complex computer-based helicopter flight simulation was designed. This multi-task simulation, hosted on an IRIS visual graphics display system linked to an IBM AT, is described. Its relevance for the validity models of concurrent task interaction, of training, and of navigation and spatial cognition is discussed.

Comments

Presented at the Eleventh Psychology in the Department of Defense Symposium, Colorado Springs, CO, April 13-15, 1988.

Citation Information
Christopher D. Wickens, John M. Flach, Arthur Kramer, Kelly Harwood, et al.. "TASKILLAN: A Validation Test Bed for Complex Performance Models" Proceedings of the Psychology in the Department of Defense Eleventh Symposium (1988) p. 23 - 27
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_flach/23/