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Gaze Education in Piloting Training: A Way to Develop Adaptive Expertise ETH Library Gaze Education in Piloting Training: A Way to Develop Adaptive Expertise

Abstract : In the field of aeronautical training, the interest of eye-tracking is growing. However, few studies have used it to educate ocular behavior [1, 2]. The dynamic and complex nature of the piloting situation seems to be one of the obstacles to the reuse of education methods used in the past (e.g. [3]) and in other field as part of learning more simple and static tasks (e.g. laparoscopic surgery, visual inspection). In the adaptive expertise framework, this article presents the results obtained through an original method of ocular education that we have developed to overcome the constraints posed by the nature of the piloting situation. The results show that thanks to a first learning period with our method, it is possible to accelerate the learning of new versions of the task (more complex and difficult). This opens up prospects for optimizing aeronautical trainings.
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Emilien Dubois, Cyril Camachon, Christophe Hurter. Gaze Education in Piloting Training: A Way to Develop Adaptive Expertise ETH Library Gaze Education in Piloting Training: A Way to Develop Adaptive Expertise. ETAVI 2020, Eye-Tracking in Aviation., Mar 2020, Toulouse, France. ⟨10.3929/ethz-b-000407622⟩. ⟨hal-02616611⟩

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