From Page 52
(4) Right, when your evaluation and tests are conducted at the concept
exploration phase (old name experimental prototype/breadboard), changes are
easier to make than at later stages of system development.
If you look at the contents listed on Page 1 of TM 29-76, you will
notice that both the mission control station and the CCU were evaluated in
similar ways. First, the human factors team reported what and who was being
Take the control station, for example.
This information is
presented in Pages 49-63. The pilots' and copilots' tasks and subtasks are
reported, the testing environment is explained, and the tested subjects are
described, as is the equipment and clothing worn. This type of information
may be familiar to you from your experimental design lessons.
the 'test preparation' sections of these studies are similar to which of the
following experimental controls?
Dependent variables. Turn to Page 12.
Independent variables. Turn to Page 55.
Subject- and situation-relevant variables. Turn to Page 60.
Subject- and sequence-relevant variables. Turn to Page 93.
From Page 21
(3) That answer is only partially correct.
Reread Section 188.8.131.52 a little
more closely. Return to Page 21.
From Page 78
(2) No! You're getting your terms confused.
Return to Page 78.