3 edition of Human factors assessment of the Telidon Aviation Briefing System (TABS) found in the catalog.
Human factors assessment of the Telidon Aviation Briefing System (TABS)
Ontario. Ministry of Transportation and Communications.
1986 by Human and Social Factors Office, Strategic Policy Secretariat, Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications in Downsview, Ont .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 63-64.
|Other titles||Telidon Aviation Briefing System.|
|Statement||prepared by Norman Park and Robert Wilson.|
|Series||Teleconferencing/Communications report (Ontario. Ministry of of Transportation and Communicatins) -- 86-04|
|Contributions||Wilson, Robert., Park, Norman., Ontario. Human and Social Factors Office.|
|LC Classifications||TK7882.I6 P37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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