This article presents approaches to the important task of assessing the management level of navigation bridge elements. The importance of this approach is confirmed by the documents of international organizations. The assessment is made on the basis of determining the level of so-called soft skills, in particular, this work is devoted to assessing the level of communication between the elements of the control system. To calculate the correctness of the actions performed, the data is presented in the form of a timeline with a target (intended) marker and a marker for the execution of actions. The Euclidean metric is chosen as the difference metric. For simple values of commands (for example, a steering wheel shift), a direct distance is used, taking into account the execution time with a weighting factor. For complex actions, the discrepancy with the expected effect is taken into account. In addition, based on the matrix of paired comparisons of Saati, a method for calculating the level of involvement and doubt was derived and experimentally confirmed. This is obtained due to the non-introduction of the normalizing coefficients of the eigenvector of the matrix. A system has been created that performs calculations, including an expert system based on the mathematical apparatus of fuzzy logic. An experiment was conducted to calculate the adequacy of the behavior of the control element of the bridge command. The applicability of this method for monitoring the status of a bridge team member by the communicativeness parameter is shown.
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31 March 2022
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Studenikin, D. E., Poganeva, E. V., & Skorodumova, E. A. (2022). Assessment Of The Seaman’s Soft Skills Condition. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 268-274). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.33