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DEVELOPMENT OF ALGORITHMIC AND MATHEMATICAL SUPPORT OF ADAPTIVE TRAINING COMPLEXES

D. Dedov, M. Krasnyanskiy, A.Obukhov, S. Alexeev, A. Zakharov
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

Adaptability of training complexes, i.e. the possibility of their optimization for the psychophysical characteristics of the student, is a promising direction in the design of such systems. Design, optimization and implementation of adaptive training complexes (ATC) is impossible without the development of mathematical and algorithmic support, allowing to represent the entire sequence of stages of creation of the training complex. Due to the modular principle of building a system and decomposition of the original problem it allows to reduce the time of design and implementation of ATC.
The article presents algorithmic and mathematical support of ATC with technology of virtual reality. It was designed for train personnel how to act in emergency situations in the plant for the manufacturing of organic dyes. The formalization of the main objects of the technical system of the plant was performed. The model of the plant operator was described. A brief structural model of ATC that reflect the relationship between software and hardware was built. The considered algorithm of structural-parametric synthesis describes the main stages of ATC, reduces the time for the design and development of ATC, eliminate architectural errors. The software is developed using the Unity3D development environment.
The obtained scientific results are used to create a mathematical model of ATC that take into account economic, structural and adaptive optimization criteria.

Keywords: adaptive training complexes, Unity3D, structural-parametric synthesis, virtual reality


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