A NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI) on the Behavior of Systems in the Space Environment was held at the Atholl Palace Hotel, Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland, from July 7 through July 19, 1991. This publication is the Proceedings of the Institute. The NATO Advanced Study Institute Program of the NATO Science Committee is a unique and valuable forum, under whose auspices almost one thousand international tutorial meetings have been held since the inception of the program in 1959. The ASI is intended to be primarily a high-level teaching activity at which a carefully defined subject is presented in a systematic and coherently structured program. The subject is treated in considerable depth by lecturers eminent; in their :(ield and of international standing. The subject is presented to other scientists who either will already have specialized in the field or possess an advanced general background. The ASI is aimed at approximately the post-doctoral level. This ASI emphasized the basic physics of the space environment and the engineering aspects of the environment's interactions with spacecraft.Often, the problem was not a failure of automated equipment so much as human error in its operation and monitoring. Adequate design of the human-machine interface or balance to reduce manual workload of pilots has also been an issue. Studies of automation in MD-80 aircraft indicated that pilots do experience some reduction in total workload, but probably less than that claimed by automationanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Behavior of Systems in the Space Environment|
|Author||:||R.N. Dewitt, Dwight Duston, Anthony K. Hyder|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|