The articles reviews certain principles, to be followed in the development of transport adaptive training devices. Those learning systems allow controlling the learning process not only by end results, but also by the preselected process parameters defining its conditions. The actual parameters of the operator and general principles of the way the machine should study it, must be incorporated in the device from the very beginning. It has been demonstrated that an adequate model of a vehicle operator must include at least three components. First, a behavior model describing such physical events as selection of stimuls and responses, and the rules defining the correct response. Second, that part of the model can also contain adaptation rules, be separable (in the meaning that stimuls may be assigned to a type describing the given sub-skill depending on the adaptation it causes). Finally, it must include physical procedures that modify the initial stimuls so that other stimuls can be recreated by simplification.
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