APPROACH TO TRAINING FOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE IN LARGE-SCALE, DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENTS.

Janet L. Fath, William B. Rouse

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Abstract

Though recent technological trends are towards complex, dynamic systems, little research is being done to explore appropriate training methods for the operators and maintainers of such systems. Research results from cognitive psychology, along with knowledge requirements of the operators' and maintainers' tasks, can aid in the development of training programs. Following a discussion of training considerations in 1arge-scale, dynamic systems, the knowledge to be taught to the operators and maintainers of such systems is described. Implications for training in the systems of interest are discussed in the light of cognitive psychology research results. Finally, a general approach to training operators and maintainers of complex, dynamic systems is presented, along with two experimental hypotheses.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages532-536
Number of pages5
StatePublished - Dec 1 1985

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Dynamical systems
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