Basic and Applied Memory Research: Practical Applications - Vol. 2

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Overall, we suspect that full automation will surpass the normal ATC configuration because it should relieve the controller of all board management responsibilities, allowing him or her to focus on the control of active traffic. We believe that to the extent that automation allows controllers to be relieved of all board management responsibilities it will prove to be a successful system. We warn, however, of the problems associated with automating only part of the board management module.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

O. U. Vortac was the collaborative research effort of Francis T. Durso, Scott D. Gronlund, and Stephan Lewandowsky. Lewandowsky is now at the University of Western Australia. This work was supported by contract #DTFA- 02-91-C-91089 from the FAA. We are grateful to the instructors and management of the FAA Academy at Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center.


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