Accession Number : AD0694523
Title : ADAPTIVE TECHNIQUES IN MEASURING COMPLEX PERFORMANCE.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : DUNLAP AND ASSOCIATES INC SANTA MONICA CALIF WESTERN DIV
Personal Author(s) : Kelley,Charles R. ; Prosin,Daniel J.
Report Date : 15 SEP 1969
Pagination or Media Count : 68
Abstract : The problem of the measurement of the performance of operators of complex military systems is discussed. Typical Navy tasks and taxonomies for describing and classifying such tasks are reviewed. The problem of the reliability of 'normative' vs. 'differential' measurements is analyzed. At least five approaches are available to measure complex task performance: (1) actual operational measurements; (2) simulated tasks; (3) synthetic tasks; (4) loading tasks; and (5) psychophysiological measurements. Sensing, information processing, planning and action systems are discussed briefly. (Author)
Descriptors : (*ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS, PERFORMANCE(HUMAN)), ADAPTIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS, FEEDBACK, HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING, RELIABILITY, PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS, MILITARY PERSONNEL
Subject Categories : Psychology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE