The Examination and Evaluation of Dynamic Ship Quiescence Prediction and Detection Methods for Application in the Ship-Helicopter Dynamic Interface
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This thesis defines and examines the use of two methodical approaches to evaluating Landing Period Indicators (LPIs) and their subject ship-helicopter dynamic interface system. First a methodology utilizing the comparison of a basic transparent algorithm is detailed and a case study employing this methodology is examined. Second, a system dynamics approach is taken to pilot workload analysis, utilizing a dynamic systems model characterizing a subset of the Dynamic Interface. This approach illustrates the realistic gains in understanding and development that can be accomplished by utilizing system dynamics in the analysis of the Dynamic Interface and LPI insertion.
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