SIMULATION OF THE PROCESS OF THE REMOTELY CONTROLLED DEVICES OPERATORS SELECTION, USING FUZZY LOGIC
Keywords:remotely controlled devices, Cattel test, competence, professionally important qualities, assessment model, linguistic variable, membership function
The paper considers the characteristic features of the construction of the remotely controlled devices and systems of their control. Much attention is paid to the spheres of such devices application and specific requirements to the operators, performing the control of these devices.
Main reason of the unsatisfactory realization of the tasks, carried out by the remotely controlled devices is human factor. In greater part of cases it occurs due to the discrepancy of the qualities of the person to the functions, performed by the remotely controlled devices operator. For this reason in the process of the selection of the staff for such activity it is necessary to take into consideration psychophysiological aptitude of the candidate. Among the set of the personal qualities professionally important qualities (PIQ) are determining for the successful professional activity. The paper defines main professionally important qualities of the operator of remotely controlled devices. For the assessment of the basic PIQ of the operator the authors suggest to use psychologic testing, applying Cattell`s sixteen personality factor questionnaire. For the evaluation of the candidate aptitude for the work with the remotely controlled devices fuzzy model, based on Mamdani-type inference is developed. Each factor of the model is presented by the linguistic variable, for which the set of values is determined. Output linguistic variable for which the term-set of values is determined, Gaussian function is selected as the membership function. The base of fuzzy rules is constructed. The developed fuzzy model is planned to be used in the automated system for the assessment of the candidates in the operators of the remotely controlled devices.