Accession Number : ADA131119
Title : Integrated Cuing Requirements (ICR) Study: Demonstration Data Base and Users Guide.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : AIR FORCE HUMAN RESOURCES LAB BROOKS AFB TX
Personal Author(s) : Farrell,Richard ; Barker,Richard
PDF Url : ADA131119
Report Date : Jul 1983
Pagination or Media Count : 142
Abstract : The goal of the Integrated Cuing Requirements (ICR) Study was to consolidate and synthesize existing human sensory/perceptual data, principles and models in a manner which would make this information readily accessible and useful to the community of aircrew training device (ATD) design engineers. The goal of the ICR study was to extract and consolidate the relevant data into an accessible format and to provide, where feasible, a synthesis of the literature which included recommendations relevant to equipment design. The intended output of this activity was and ICR Data Base containing the available sensory/perceptual data in a form useful for specification and design purposes, and an ICR Users Guide to facilitate access to the data by the ATD engineer. Volume I of this technical paper presents the results of an Independent Feasibility Analysis and a subsequent Demonstration Study Evaluation, the purpose of which was to develop, test, and refine an approach to the ICR Study objectives discussed above. These activities constituted Phase I of the effort. The project was structured such that no decisions on full-scale implementation of the approach (Phase II) would be made until an evaluation of Phase I had been completed. Volume II of this technical paper contains the Phase I Demonstration Data Base and Users Guide.
Descriptors : *Data bases, *Data compression, *Literature surveys, *Human factors engineering, *Training devices, Flight training, Feasibility studies, Flight crews, Perception(Psychology), Senses(Physiology), Air Force planning, Air Force training, Integration, Cueing, Requirements, Documents, Access, User manuals
Subject Categories : Information Science
Humanities and History
Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE