Software for the reliability investigation of operator professional activity for “human-machine” systems

N. I. Aralova, O. M. Klyuchko, V. I. Mashkin, I. V. Mashkina


The mathematical model and a set of informational support for the investigation of reliabilityand professional selection of operators for the systems of uninterrupted interaction for the work in extremeconditions of environment is suggested. The results of numerical analysis of model functioning forthe average person organism are given


Operator of continuous interaction; reliability of operator work; adaptation; mathematic model of respiratory system


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