DOI: 10.17586/2226-1494-2016-16-1-181-190


AUTOMATED CONTROL SIMULATION OF PROFESSIONAL SKILLS FORMATION FOR PRODUCTION SYSTEM OPERATOR

R. A. Fayzrakhmanov, I. S. Polevshchikov


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For citation: Fayzrakhmanov R.A., Polevshchikov I.S. Automated control simulation of professional skills formation for production system operator. Scientific and Technical Journal of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, 2016, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 181–190.

Abstract

Subject matter.We propose a mathematical model of the automated control of the professional skills formation for the trainee through exercises using computer training complex. Its distinctive features are: automatic receipt of the integral quality index of exercising on the basis of certain indicators of quality assessment in terms of trainee’s estimation fuzziness in the performance of exercises for each such indicator at different points in time; automatic gradual introduction of each quality indicator, tips and warnings in the process of repeated exercise performing in order to acquire quickly the ability of self-trained quality of their work; automatic control of the dynamics of the gradual forming  of skills during repeated exercising. Method. The study used the basics of control theory, the fuzzy-set theory, analytic hierarchy process, mathematical modeling of iterative learning, modeling using Petri nets. Main Results. We have developed an original mathematical model of the automated control of the process of formation of professional skills for the future operators of industrial processes in the performance of practical exercises with the use of the computer training complex. Practical Significance. The proposed mathematical model and appropriate methodology can be applied to create computer-aided training of operators of different processes.


Keywords: computer-aided control, automatic control, modeling, process of learning, professional skills, computer training complex, iterative learning models.

Acknowledgements. The authors are grateful to participants of the IV All-Russian Congress of Young Scientists, held from the 7th to 10th of April, 2015 in ITMO University (Saint Petersburg), section "Intelligent Systems in the Humanitarian Field" for substantive discussion and valuable comments on the subject of research.

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