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Barendswaard, S. (author), Pool, D.M. (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author)
Vehicle control tasks require simultaneous control of multiple degrees-of-freedom. Most multi-axis human-control modeling is limited to the modeling of multiple fully independent single axes. This paper contributes to the understanding of multi-axis control behavior and draws a more realistic and complete picture of dual-axis manual control....
journal article 2019
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van der El, Kasper (author), Pool, D.M. (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author), Mulder, Max (author)
Due to linear perspective, the visual stimulus provided by a previewed reference trajectory reduces with increasing distance ahead. This paper investigates the effects of linear perspective on human use of preview in manual control tasks. Results of a human-in-the-loop tracking experiment are presented, where the linear perspective&#x0027...
journal article 2018
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Van der Wees, M. (author)
The drinking water treatment industry is becoming increasingly centralized and automated. This requires a different operator training approach then the traditional on the job training. To address this requirement a drinking water treatment plant simulator was developed. A major advantage of such a simulator might be that the normally very slow...
master thesis 2009
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van der Ham, A.C. (author)
doctoral thesis 1997
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Zuidgeest, R.G. (author)
This report provides an overview of the emerging technology Distributed Artificial Intelligence, in particular in the area of Distributed Problem Solving (DPS). DPS refers to coarse-grained (task-level) problem decomposition resulting in a number of expert or knowledge-based systems, generally called agents of which each exhibits some...
report 1995
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Breedveld, P. (author)
conference paper 1995
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Folkerts, H.H. (author), Jorna, P.G.A.M. (author)
Two different design-philosophies with respect to the Man-Machine Interface of current auto thrust systems were compared in a flight simulator study. With the so-called moving thrust lever concept, the positions of the thrust levers are servo-controlled by the auto thrust system. Hence, the thrust levers provide the pilot with additional...
report 1994
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Bos, J.F.T. (author), Stassen, H.G. (author), van Lunteren, A. (author)
When an operator has to control a space manipulator manually he is faced with several difficulties. Three problems were investigated: Lack of direct vision, up to 6 degrees-of-freedom (DOF) to be controlled, and slow and complex dynamics. The results showed that reference lines enhance the 3D perception; further autonation of the insert task led...
report 1992
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Pinches, C.L. (author), Kuijpers, E.A. (author), Spaan, F. (author)
Microgravity experiments operated using telescience concepts face certain constraints. The effect of these constraints on the focusing task are identified. Four types of focusing strategy, which provide a natural means of focusing in the presence of these constraints, are described. Three specific strategies are implemented as part of the...
report 1991
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van Swieten, A.C.M. (author), Kampen, S. (author)
In the study "Control loops with human operators" this volume is concerned with the robot arm case. Servicing of satellites and assembly of space structures require robotic operations. These operations are controlled from the ground by human operators. Five operational modes for the combined space- and ground segment are defined: - high level...
report 1985
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Milgram, P. (author)
This report presents a discussion of short-term human engineering research requirements for developing rendezvous and docking and space telemanipulation capabilities. A catalogue of research topics related to human-in-the-loop teleoperation performance is given. This is followed by an overview of available resources for model analytical...
report 1985
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Milgram, P. (author), van de Graaff, R.C. (author), Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
This report is a tutorial overview for the European Space Agency (ESA) of human engineering approaches and methodologies which are applicable for analysis of performance of human-machine systems, with specific emphasis on space teleoperator applications. Motivated by the presumed active role of the human operator in future space teleoperation...
report 1985
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Milgram, P. (author)
This volume comprises the executive summary of the final report of the study on Control Loops with Human Operators in Space Operations, performed for the European Space Agency (ESA). It summarises the following four volumes: Part I : Human Engineering Analysis, Synthesis and Evaluation Techniques (NLR) Part II : Robotics Operations and Manual...
report 1985
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Milgram, P. (author), van Woerkom, P.T.L.M. (author), Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
This report presents the results of an illustrative analysis of human-in-the-loop rendezvous and docking (RVD) performance, for the purpose of demonstrating the practicality of applying human engineering methods and techniques, introduced in Part I of this project, to the analysis of control loops with human operators in space operations....
report 1984
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van de Graaff, R.C. (author), Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
This report deals with an investigation of pilots' failure detection performance in a realistic moving-base flight simulator. The task considered was the monitoring of stabilized automatic approaches. Abnormal conditions (excessive windshears or system failures) were to be detected on the basis of unacceptable deviations of displayed variables...
report 1984
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Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
In this report a model of the human observer and decision maker is described. A submodel of the human observer is formulated in linear estimation theoretical terms including the perception of the displayed information of a linear process and the central information processing stage. The subsequent decision process is described in terms of...
report 1981
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Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
The visual scene is an important source of information for the manual approach and landing task. This study deals with the effect of this information in combination with basic display information on the manual approach performance. In this context, a pre-experimental theoretical analysis has been performed in terms of the optimal control model....
report 1980
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Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
The outside scene is often an important soiirce of information for manual control tasks. In the context of aircraft control the most important example is the visual approach scene. This study deals with modelling the visual scene perception process on the basis of linear perspective geometry and the relative motion cues and investigates its...
report 1978
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Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
The study described in this report was aimed at assessing the potentials of the optimal control model structure to predict the important characteristics of realistic operational helicopter missions. The theoretical and experimental results indicate that the optimal control model succesfully predicts the best attainable (rather than the average)...
report 1977
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Wewerinke, P.H. (author)
This report deals with a theoretical and experimental program concerning human monitoring and and control behaviour. A model for multivariable monitoring (an automatic approach) was tested against experimental data. Apart from monitoring, simultaneously monitoring and manual flight director control was studied to determine the interference...
report 1976
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