Air traffic control system baseline methodology guide
Kenneth Allendoerfer, PhD.
Allendoerfer, K. R., & Galushka, J. (1999). Air traffic control system baseline methodology guide (DOT/FAA/CT-TN99/15). Atlantic City International Airport: Federal Aviation Administration William J. Hughes Technical Center.
The Air Traffic Control System Baseline Methodology Guide serves as a reference in the design and conduct of baseline studies. Engineering research psychologists are the intended audience for the Methodology Guide, which focuses primarily on techniques for studying the interaction between ATC systems and the controllers who use them. The Methodology Guide provides the following information: (a) descriptions of and references to past baselines that have successfully used the methodology, (b) detailed descriptions of the baseline operational constructs and corresponding objective and subjective measures, (c) a description of the overall baseline methodology, (d) other recommendations and lessons learned regarding the successful conduct of system baselines, and (e) a discussion of the role of system baselines in the ATC system acquisition process.
Updated: May 04, 2012 11:21 AM