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Some laboratory experiments were performed over a period of three years to provide design information for digital computer systems for error correction in aircraft navigation. In a simulated digital control loop, the operator observed crosshair error and fed control signals to the computer. The studies showed relationships between recovery time and solution rate, transmission delays, hand-control sensitivity, sampling rate, and scanning rate.
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