task component

task component

A subdivision of a fleet, task force, task group, or task unit, organized by the respective commander or by higher authority for the accomplishment of specific tasks.
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It also owns the task component, which is used to operate on the scene, and provide a method for retrieving it.
To explore this question, the investigators experimentally manipulated their instructional focus on the dynamic of each task component of the pirouette, because it is through the instructional process, primarily, that task-relevant information is transmitted.
Each subject controls the visibility of a barrier within three of the nine rows, and the rows assigned to each subject are determined randomly at the start of each task component, to be described, within a session.
A significant age difference in molecular task response times was apparent for this reduced sample, and an interaction between age group and molecular task component such that the older group was at a performance disadvantage for all components except the insert task.
Task Component 1 -- measuring the critical dimension on each of the three parts in a subgroup, writing the observed values on the chart, and calculating and writing the total, average, and range on the chart.
Conversely, if age-related performance differences are caused by strategic factors such as task coordination, those differences would be expected to be influenced by experience with the task or changes in task component coordination requirements.
Appropriateness of type of training should depend, in part, on the type of task component.
In relation to the overall pattern of findings, these results suggest the following: (a) Under the unsupportive M-C interface, increased effort is directed mainly toward protection of the primary task, resulting in greater decrement on subsidiary task component.
When an operator controls a partly automated system, his or her mental load may be predicted from the overall mental load and the task mental load for each task component, obtained from a situation in which all tasks are manually performed, as long as the overall mental load is within a certain range.
These blocks have already been highlighted conceptually or partially with concrete measures and with individual task components.
These questions, designed by researchers from Georgia Tech's Center for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (RIM), are about certain features of tasks, more so than labels of task components or real-time demonstrations of the task itself.
Peggy Morris of Shrewsbury, an occupational therapist and certified national instructor for Handwriting Without Tears, said the program was created by an occupational therapist who broke down the task components of handwriting, beginning with printing and moving up to cursive, and developed multisensory activities such as songs and games to make learning those components fun and concrete.