This content is not included in your SAE MOBILUS subscription, or you are not logged in.
Simulator Scene Detail and Visual Augmentation Guidance in Landing Training for Beginning Pilots
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published September 01, 1991 by SAE International in United States
Annotation ability available
Beginning flight students were taught landings in a flight simulator with a visual landing display to examine the effects of scene detail, visual augmented guidance, and the number of landing training trials. Transfer as assessed in a criterion simulator configuration showed advantages for larger numbers of training trials, visual augmented guidance, and moderate scene detail. Transfer of training to the aircraft showed advantages for low-scene detail over moderate-scene detail for the number of landing training sessions. Subjects who received equal simulator time practicing an instrument pattern (control group) performed better than the moderate-scene detail group on student assisted landings and number of landing training sessions.
CitationTaylor, H., Lintern, G., Koonce, J., Kaiser, R. et al., "Simulator Scene Detail and Visual Augmentation Guidance in Landing Training for Beginning Pilots," SAE Technical Paper 912099, 1991, https://doi.org/10.4271/912099.
- Payne, T. A. Dougherty, D. J. Hasler, S. G. Skeen, J. R. Brown, E. L. Williams, A. C. Jr. 1954 Improving landing performance using a contact landing trainer (Tech. Report SPECDEVCEN 71-16-11) Port Washington, NY U.S. Office of Naval Research, Special Devices Center
- Creelman, J. A. 1955 Evaluation of approach training procedures (Report No. 2) Pensacola, FL U.S. Naval School of Aviation Medicine
- Linter, G. 1980 Transfer of landing skill after training with supplementary visual cues Human Factors 22 81 88
- Lintern, G. Roscoe, S. N. Koonce, J. M. Segal, L. D. 1990 Transfer of landing skills in beginning flight training Human Factors 32 319 327
- Lintern, G. Roscoe, S. N. Sivier, J. E. 1990 Display principles, control dynamics, and environmental factors in pilot training and transfer Human Factors 32 299 317
- Williams, A. C. Jr. Flexman, R. E. 1949 Evaluation of the school link as an aid in primary flight instruction University of Illinois Bulletin 46 71 Aeronautics Bulletin: No. 5
- Roscoe, S. N. 1971 Incremental transfer effectiveness Human Factors 13 561 567
- Roscoe, S. N. Williges, B. H. 1980 Measurement of transfer of training Aviation Psychology Roscoe S. N. 182 193 The Iowa State University Press Ames, IA
- Povenmire, H. K. Roscoe, S. N. 1973 Incremental transfer effectiveness of a ground-based aerial aviation trainer Human Factors 15 534 543
- Taylor, H. L. Staples, L. A. Todd, R. E. Harshbarger, T. L. 1984 The ILLI NOIS M icrocomputer A viation C omputer (ILLIMAC) simulator Proceedings of the IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference-NAECON 1016 1023 Dayton, OH
- Taylor, H. L. Hyman, F. C. Todd, R. E. Hodel, A. S. 1985 Instructor station for the ILLIMAC general aviation instrument training simulator Proceedings of the IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference-NAECON 1111 1118 Dayton, OH
- Lintern, G. 1991 An informational perspective on skill transfer in human-machine systems Human Factors 33
- Lintern, G. 1978 Transfer of landing skill after training with supplementary visual cues Unpublished doctoral dissertation University of Illinois Urbana
- Schmidt, R. A. 1975 A schema theory of discrete motor skill learning Psychological Review 82 225 260