AIAA Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference 2011
DOI: 10.2514/6.2011-6324
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Abstract: During flight simulation, the inertial and visual stimuli provided to the pilot differ considerably. For successful design of motion cueing algorithms it is necessary to gather knowledge on how pilots perceive the difference between visual and inertial cues. Some of the work done on this topic has concentrated on the concept of coherence zone. A coherence zone represents a range of inertial motion amplitudes, which although not being a match with the visual motion, are still perceived by humans as one realisti… Show more

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“…Another group from the TU Delft investigated the effect of a BAT task on the perception of coherence between visual and inertial cues in simulators [11]. Gratton and Bromfield associated BAT with light aircraft loss of control events [12,13].…”
Section: A Brief History Of Bat Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Another group from the TU Delft investigated the effect of a BAT task on the perception of coherence between visual and inertial cues in simulators [11]. Gratton and Bromfield associated BAT with light aircraft loss of control events [12,13].…”
Section: A Brief History Of Bat Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The majority of the current knowledge about BAT is based on studies which have been performed in the frame of theses at the Air Force Institute of Technology [6][7][8] and a small number of researchers who have dealt with BAT in Europe [9][10][11][12][13][14][15].…”
Section: From Tustin To Graymentioning
confidence: 99%