Proceedings of International Conference on Applied Innovation in IT
2019/03/06, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp.37-41

Development of Exercise Designing Module for Computer Training Complex

Filipp Shkliaev, Rustam Fayzrakhmanov

Abstract: The development of exercises for computer training complexes is a time-consuming process, which includes many factors that must be considered. In the training complex, it can be simplified by a special module that takes into account the characteristics of the subject area and simplifies the development of the exercise. However, at the moment such a module has not been submitted. The aim of the article was to develop an exercise designing module that takes into account the possibility of interaction between elements of the simulator and compiles the exercise scenario. The ontological model was developed for the selection of consistent elements; finite-state machine was comprised the exercise scenario. The novelty of developed module was the integration of 3D-scene creating tool and an exercise scenario designer, based on the ontology of simulator’ subject area. The developed module was tested by designing an exercise scenario included in the examination program of the National Commission for Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO).

Keywords: Training Simulation Complex, Ontological Modelling, Exercise Designing

DOI: 10.25673/13480

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