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17 June 1994 Rapid performance evaluation of electronic cockpit instruments
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A technique and instrumentation were developed which permits a relatively non-skilled operator to make a complete performance check of an electronic display in a very few minutes, providing a go/no-go indication can be configured to indicate the area of failure. The instrument is designed so that a performance profile of each display device or type can be kept on file if desired. This paper reviews test criteria selected for the performance `check' and the novel interrelationship between test stimulus and measuring instrument created for this testing.
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John H. Harshbarger and Walter Melnick "Rapid performance evaluation of electronic cockpit instruments", Proc. SPIE 2219, Cockpit Displays, (17 June 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.177786
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