Human Factors in Simulation and Training
Peter A. Hancock, Dennis A. Vincenzi, John A. Wise, Mustapha Mouloua
CRC Press, Dec 17, 2008 - Computers - 453 pages
Measure twice, cut once. Although applicable to all areas of human factors research, the old adage is especially relevant to simulation and training. As a tool, simulation is an aid to the imagination, however, if incorrectly or inadequately used, it can lead to inaccurate outcomes that not only limit the possibilities but potentially cause harm. A
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