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Minimize distractions: Aviation headsets reduce distractions and the need to watch displays, important when pilots or air traffic controllers need to remain alert. (Recommended in the International Aviation Standard ICAO-137)


Noise reduction: Aviation headsets reduce the volume of cockpit noise allowing pilots to better hear conversation from air traffic controllers or to hear important messages while piloting. (Recommended in the International Aviation Standard ICAO-137)


INVESTIGATION AND PROTECTIVE MEASURES: Several items from the aviation headset domain are listed. The review covers the following topics: use by pilots and air traffic controllers, limited distribution, actions to be taken in case of an accident, signal reliability, user acceptance, and requirements for manufacturers.


The data were collected and transcribed by two students, respectively. Initially, two rules were implemented to match the following cases: Operators using the common language to report communication failures as well as the pilots trying to determine air traffic controllers' professional status using abbreviations. The communication started in high-level terms which were later followed by more specific sentences to describe the core of the problem. The rules also enabled an estimation of the word frequency in the exchanges and an analysis of the number of words by type and frequency. The whole exchange duration was marked with an estimation of air traffic controllers' and pilots' individual competence level. However, the approach of word frequency was not reliable enough and required further analysis. Accordingly, one of the algorithms of the application SignalPro designed for Windows was used to sort out the words by frequency (as part of the Automatic Text Categorisation tools) as well as by the presence of certain characters (e.g., '&'). The first one was useful for calculating the emphasis of a word by its deviation from its normal distribution. The researchers' intentions for using the second one was to detect possible codes in the operators' linguistic behaviors. This was achieved by analyzing the words which were marked as being the first in the list of cases and counted the frequency of these words in the whole exchange. The percentage of words which was separated from the rest, matched the expert's judgement. The range of our analysis was established to the words which occurred in more than 40% of the given exchanges, by their frequency. 3d9ccd7d82






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