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ERIC Number: ED050353
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Dec
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The Pilot Training Study: A User's Guide to the PILOT Computer Model.
This Memorandum is a manual or guide for users of the PILOT computer model. Section I is an introductory explanation of the purposes of the model. Section II and III describe the data inputs and program outputs. They provide a listing of a sample input deck and a sample printout of each of the six sets of output data. Section IV is a detailed explanation, illustrated by flowcharts, of the routines involved in entering the data inputs, computing requirements for new pilots and for cross-training of pilots, searching for means by which to fill the requirements, and computing commission training entrants and graduates. The PILOT model program was written in FORTRAN IV. It uses 116K bytes of core on a 360/65 computer. As indicated above, all input data is read from cards and the output is printed. The final section of the Memorandum presents a symbolic listing of the FORTRAN IV computer program. For related documents see AC 010 340-345 and AC 010 347. (Author)
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Sponsor: Department of the Air Force, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Rand Corp., Santa Monica, CA.