Specialized 2-day Course to enhance your knowledge and use of Flight and Ground Vehicle Simulation systems
January 27-28, 2014 at Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York
Derivation of Requirements: An overview of methods by which visual system requirements are derived from task objectives is presented. The focus in this course is on specifying the visual system to meet derived task requirements, but understanding the process by which technical requirements are derived is essential to writing a good specification.
Specification Formats: A good specification describes what must be achieved and not how it is achieved. Test methods must have sufficient flexibility to work for a variety of different approaches. Specifications are broken down into individual paragraphs dealing with individual features of the system. Specification items are discussed according to the relation to training requirements, specification of the feature at different levels of fidelity, and test procedures for verifying that the system meets the specification
Detailed Specifications: Examples of specifications are presented for each area of system performance.
Roy W. Latham is the founder and president of Computer Graphics Systems Development Corporation, (CGSD Corp.), a Mountain View, California-based systems integration firm specializing in simulation technology. He served as editor and publisher of the professional newsletter Real Time Graphics for 12 years. Previously, he managed graphics and imaging system projects at Link Flight Simulation's Advanced Products Operation, Kaiser Aerospace, and Sun Microsystems.
5-day main course plus a 2-day specialized course
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