Article 10321

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Vladimir I. Marchuk, Doctor of technical sciences, professor, professor of sub-department of radioelectronic and electrotechnical systems and complexes, Don State Technical University (147 Shevchenko street, Shakhty, Russia), E-mail:
Tat'yana A. Glebova, Associate professor of sub-department of information and computing systems, Penza State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (28 German Titov street, Penza, Russia), E-mail:
Ol'ga A. Kuvshinova, Postgraduate student, Penza State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (28 German Titov street, Penza, Russia), E-mail:
Nurzipa Esimova, Postgraduate student, Penza State Technological University (1a / 11 Baydukova passage/Gagarina street, Penza, Russia), E-mail: 

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Background. The goals and objectives of modeling the flight area for training pilots using aviation simulators (AT) and operators of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are different. This leads to the need to develop differently requirements for the characteristics of segments of different levels into which the model of the flight area is divided, to preliminarily evaluate not only the performance of the used computer image generators (CGI), but also the technical characteristics of all technical units involved in the formation of the visually observed model of the selected area. terrain. This approach is a problem, the rigorous analytical solution of which is difficult due to its complexity. Materials and methods. A promising direction in this kind of research is system analysis, taking into account the capabilities of the used nodes of the image generation system, to display a visually observed model of the selected area of the terrain, taking into account the tasks solved by the simulators under consideration. Results. The proposed methodology for comparing approaches to creating a terrain model for AT and for simulators of UAV operators made it possible to propose criteria for evaluating the structure of the CGI databases for the simulators under consideration, which in practice reduces the time for preparing initial data and developing models of specified flight areas. Conclusions. In view of the differences in the requirements for the models of flight areas for aircraft and for simulators for UAV operators, the structure of the database used by the CGI is different. 

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synthesis system for visually observed 3D objects, flight simulator, unmanned aerial vehicle operator simulator, underlying surface 

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