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Pilot: an operating system for a personal computer

David D. Redell, Yogen K. Dalal, Thomas R. Horsley, Hugh C. Lauer, William C. Lynch, Paul R. McJones, Hal G. Murray, Stephen C. Purcell
1980 Communications of the ACM  
The Pilot operating system provides a single-user, single-language environment for higher level software on a powerful personal computer.  ...  Pilot thus provides rather more powerful facilities than are normally associated with personal computers.  ...  The success of the close integration of Mesa and Pilot with the machine architecture is largely due to the talent and energy of the people who designed and built the hardware and microcode for our personal  ... 
doi:10.1145/358818.358822 fatcat:tcg7hewgqnfnllghzxjj2mfgti

Pilot: An Operating System for a Personal Computer [chapter]

David D. Redell, Yogen K. Dalal, Thomas R. Horsley, Hugh C. Lauer, William C. Lynch, Paul R. McJones, Hal G. Murray, Stephen C. Purcell
2001 Classic Operating Systems  
The Pilot operating system provides a single-user, single-language environment for higher level software on a powerful personal computer.  ...  Pilot thus provides rather more powerful facilities than are normally associated with personal computers.  ...  The success of the close integration of Mesa and Pilot with the machine architecture is largely due to the talent and energy of the people who designed and built the hardware and microcode for our personal  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4757-3510-9_20 fatcat:7wmvrqvvnrdzrlzg7ktzl4idbe

Pilot

David D. Redell, Yogen K. Dalal, Thomas R. Horsley, Haug C. Lauer, William C. Lynch, Paul R. McJones, Hal G. Murray, Stephen C. Purcell
1979 Proceedings of the seventh symposium on Operating systems principles - SOSP '79  
The Pilot operating system is designed for the personal computing environment.  ...  Pilot is closely coupled to the Mesa programming language and runs on a rather powerful personal computer, which would have been thought sufficient to support a substantial timesharing system of a few  ... 
doi:10.1145/800215.806576 dblp:conf/sosp/RedellDHLLMMP79 fatcat:zr5hd7kp4faqdlipsqn3njrmmm

Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications Display oriented to multiple Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems pilots

Miguel Ángel Fas-Millán, Enric Pastor Llorens
2019 International Review of Aerospace Engineering (IREASE)  
A Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) interface oriented to Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) pilots was implemented as part of a synthetic task environment aimed to test the NtoM  ...  concept of operations (ConOps).  ...  with no need of a second person acting as a controller.  ... 
doi:10.15866/irease.v12i1.15535 fatcat:zevh6hq2u5gwbcoox34ipgg3vu

Pilot Project of M-Learning

Tomáš Zeman, Jaromír Hrad, Marek Nevosad
2012 International Journal of Information and Communication Technologies in Education  
Specific example is used to demonstrate practical use of m-learning courses - learning of English language for a defined group of recipients within an international Leonardo da Vinci pilot project "M-Learning  ...  Substantial part of the text is dedicated to the analysis of typical functions available in an m-learning system and to the discussion about its advantages, disadvantages and limitations, mainly in relation  ...  Acknowledgements This article has originated thanks to the grant support obtained from the EC within Leonardo da Vinci project No. 2009-TR1-LEO05-08674 -M-Learning for the Young People (Students) at Risk  ... 
doi:10.1515/ijicte-2012-0001 fatcat:gq5mkz3fbzbs5jjo3e7xwhpf6m

Pre-study Walkthrough with a Commercial Pilot for a Preliminary Single Pilot Operations Experiment [chapter]

Ryan O'Connor, Zach Roberts, Jason Ziccardi, Robert Koteskey, Joel Lachter, Quang Dao, Walter Johnson, Vernol Battiste, Kim-Phuong L. Vu, Thomas Z. Strybel
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The current project describes a pre-study walkthrough process that can be used to help in the development of scenarios for testing future concepts and technologies for single pilot operations.  ...  Qualitative information regarding the tasks performed by the pilots can be extracted with this technique and adapted for future investigations of single pilot operations.  ...  "Out-of-the loop" syndrome occurs when an operator is less involved in and therefore less aware of the state of a system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39215-3_17 fatcat:65ppntw6trh75ad7dz5pbjrdxu

Toward single pilot operations

Joel Lachter, Summer L. Brandt, Vernol Battiste, Sarah V. Ligda, Michael Matessa, Walter W. Johnson
2014 Proceedings of the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace - HCI-Aero '14  
This document describes the second human-in-the-loop study in a series that examines the role of a ground operator in enabling single pilot operations (SPO).  ...  The focus of this study was decision-making and communication between a distributed crew (airborne pilot and ground operator).  ...  Funding for this work was provided by the Concepts and Technology Development Project of NASA's Airspace Systems Program.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2669592.2669685 fatcat:b4mufszypzaftg6w6j7rkqxp2e

Toward single pilot operations

Joel Lachter, Vernol Battiste, Michael Matessa, Quang V. Dao, Robert Koteskey, Walter W. Johnson
2014 Proceedings of the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace - HCI-Aero '14  
Keywords Single pilot operations (SPO), reduced-crew operations, teleconferencing.  ...  There were a number of areas in which separation negatively affected communications. We discuss possible mitigations for these areas.  ...  Funding for this work was provided by the Concepts and Technology Development Project of NASA's Airspace Systems Program.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2669592.2669695 fatcat:2vfs5zzk5jcjres4xyomhdtesy

Professional Pilot Studies: Proposed Content

Donald Petrin, John Young
1994 Journal of Aviation/Aerospace Education & Research  
Results of a 1993 preliminary study of collegiate professional pilot programs are included for comparison.  ...  four-year professional pilot curricula.  ...  Mastery of these complex systems connotes an aptitude for moving on to similar aircraft commonly found in industry.  ... 
doi:10.15394/jaaer.1994.1134 fatcat:tutlf7cmrrgung3qi4wd7rjdxq

Nucleus: A Pilot Project

Joshua Finnell
2017 Figshare  
A data infrastructure pilot project at Los Alamos.  ...  The extensibility and sustainability of this project beyond the pilot project will require an investment of both people and budgeting.  ...  The Institutional Benchmarking Report of similar institutions provided in Appendix 1, provides an estimate of both personnel (2-3 FTE) and budget ($300,000 approximately) necessary to deploy this platform  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5003978.v1 fatcat:criu6chzuffm3evhzeqyjy3lqy

D4.1 Pilot Plan

Betty Casado
2017 Zenodo  
Its purpose is to provide Pilot partners with the necessary guidance, tools and methodology for successfully organizing and deploying the testing and validation of the RECAP Platform (Pilot) in an operational  ...  The Pilot in RECAP is however, not only conceived for demonstration purposes, but it also aims at proving the feasibility and added value of the uptake scenarios of the RECAP solution in different operational  ...  scenarios, Definition of an effective monitoring system, including an internal communication system among Pilot partners, Pilot coordinator, technical desk and project coordinator in order to ensure a  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1442669 fatcat:s6ptse7jtzadxi42lzzjmeinkm

Pilots for space tourism

Robert A. Goehlich, Jay K. Anderson, Nathan N. Harrold, Joseph A. Bemis, Mike T. Nettleingham, Joshua M. Cobin, Bradley R. Zimmerman, Ben L. Avni, Michael D. Gonyea, Nicholas Y. Ilchena
2013 Space policy  
The paper addresses the potential benefits of including a pilot at the controls when designing a space tourism spacecraft.  ...  This article sheds light on the key player needed for any space tourism adventure: the pilot who flies the spacecraft.  ...  This is an updated and edited version of a paper presented at the 15th Annual International Conference of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS), 22-23 June 2012 in Berlin.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.spacepol.2013.03.011 fatcat:r3ynebq3avee7nmrlr4uixnfoq

Shore-Based Pilotage: Pilot or Autopilot? Piloting as a Control Problem

Karl Bruno, Margareta Lützhöft
2009 Journal of navigation  
This paper takes a different approach and instead looks at piloting as control of a complex system. Such an approach makes it possible to identify a fundamental problem with remote pilotage.  ...  operator carrying out the remote pilotage.  ...  If we imagine a computerized thermostat with an extensive database of prior temperatures in the room, periodical deviations -such as, for example, that the temperature generally rises after sunrise -can  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0373463309005335 fatcat:pmvfc22gi5esbiwogi33hzgaaq

Campus bridging pilot project reports

Richard Knepper, Guy Almes, Thorbjörn Axelsson, Paul Muzio, Joel Zysman
2012 Proceedings of the 1st Conference of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment on Bridging from the eXtreme to the campus and beyond - XSEDE '12  
Needed software is installed and operational on the XSEDE Level 1 & 2 Service Providers resources. • Response: User is able to access file or directory via an access layer interface. • Usability: A person  ...  of the system administrators and users of the software deployed for the campus bridging pilot.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2335755.2335865 fatcat:qb67xocoq5avfigkmyghj7hrje

Conceptual framework for single pilot operations

Karl D. Bilimoria, Walter W. Johnson, Paul C. Schutte
2014 Proceedings of the International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace - HCI-Aero '14  
Single pilot operations (SPO) refers to flying a commercial aircraft with only one pilot in the cockpit, assisted by advanced onboard automation and/or ground operators providing piloting support services  ...  A concept of operations (ConOps) for any paradigm describes the characteristics of its various components and their integration in a multidimensional design space.  ...  Some of the simpler functions currently performed by a human pilot in a two-person cockpit, such as reading checklists and conducting cross-checks, are good candidates for automation, although such systems  ... 
doi:10.1145/2669592.2669647 fatcat:zwkqshkpz5hwznctyp6px4bl7i
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