The Polish Journal of Aviation Medicine, Bioengineering and Psychology

Kwartalnik Polskiego Towarzystwa Medycyny Lotniczej

2013, Volume 19, Issue 2

Three-factor Utility – the Safety of Pilots’ Levering Instrument

Andrzej Janicki1
1Military Institute of Aviation Medicine

Autor korenspondencyjny: Andrzej Janicki; Military Institute of Aviation Medicine; email: andrzej.janicki[at]wiml.waw.pl

DOI: 10.13174/pjamp.19.02.2013.2

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Introduction. The aim of the research was to find the limits of applicability of a “two-factor utility function” by introduction of a three-factor utility function. Methods. The proposed three-factor utility function allows the comprehensive analysis of the streams of interrelations, interactions of the individual (“psychosomatic”) layers of the system, the state of behaviour (“health”) of a generalized agent (system), the state of nature and the state of challenges and threats coming from the environment that is understood holistically as a whole. Results. Behaviour of the three-factor utility function in solving decision problems complex dynamic systems was examined, and the results obtained by means of computer simulation methods from L number of experiments proved its eff ectiveness. Conclusions. The three-factor utility function leads to effective solutions to the complex system, information and decision-making problems, as well as eff ective solutions in management and controlling, and the function itself constitutes a significant development of existing scientific achievements in the field of information technology and is of great practical importance.

Słowa kluczowe

cognitive functions, cognitive functions, ontology, ontology, modeling, modeling, dynamic processes simulations, dynamic processes simulations, decision making, decision making, computer aided trainings, computer aided trainings, synergy effect, synergy effect, systems integration, systems integration