Improving the efficiency of development process of automated helicopter flying

V. M. Sineglazov, Ju. M. Shmelev

Abstract


It is considered the efficiency improving of the automated process control of helicopter flying simulator training by means of the knowledge base of computer control system of helicopter flying mastering

Keywords


Training; simulator; efficiency; helicopter flying mastering

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