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Using Systems Engineering to Model the Interaction of the Pilot, the Aircraft, and the Procedures

Abstract : This paper presents an ongoing work on how systems engineering relates pilot, procedures, and the aircraft. This is done by modelling these three using an example case of landing procedure (general aviation). The model also helps in performing safety analysis of the procedures laid out by the aircraft operators/ manufacturers, or the aviation regulating authorities (EASA, FAA, etc.).
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Vatsal Pant, Jean-Charles Chaudemar, Hamid Demmou. Using Systems Engineering to Model the Interaction of the Pilot, the Aircraft, and the Procedures. 5th International Symposium on Systems Engineering (ISSE 2019), Oct 2019, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. pp.1-6. ⟨hal-02399717⟩

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