Training time optimization in simulator

V. M. Sineglazov, Ju. M. Shmelev


In general, the problem statement is formulated as the development of optimal distribution of time training on the simulator. The basic optimization algorithms a developed. The structure of software complex is proposed


Training; simulator; pilots; helicopter


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