EVALUATION OF LOGIC COMPLEXITY AND STEREOTYPITY OF CYCLIC STRUCTURES IN OPERATOR ACTIVITY ALGORITHMS
The analysis of the evaluation of the algorithms of the operators in the process of designing man-machine systems. A new approach to assessing the coefficients of stereotype and logical complexity of activity algorithms having cycles (repeating a series of operations) is presented. The basic typical functional structures and corresponding calculation formulas for calculating the lengths (sizes) and stereotypicity coefficients and the logical complexity of individual fragments with a cyclic structure are shown. The proposed approach, being a tool for developing a human-machine system, greatly simplifies its computational activities, and makes it possible to evaluate the main characteristics of the algorithms of operator activity in stages. In addition, the representation of dependencies proposed within the framework of the approach facilitates understanding of the obtained intermediate and final estimates. The approach is the basis of the designed information module for supporting the activities of the developer in solving problems related to the evaluation of the algorithms of the operators of developed complex man-machine systems and complexes for various purposes.
Authors: N. A. Nazarenko, P. I. Paderno
Direction: Informatics, Computer Technologies And Control
Keywords: Activity algorithm, logical complexity, stereotype, cyclic structures, operator, quality of activity algorithms, human-machine systems
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