Assessment Systems for Training Based on Virtual Reality: A Comparison Study
Keywords:medical simulation, pattern recognition, virtual realty, fuzzy sets
Training systems based on virtual reality are used in several areas. In these systems the user is immersed into a virtual and interactive environment to perform realistic training. In this paper, we present some of the challenges to construct a medical simulator based on virtual reality. Among them, the assessment allows to know users' performance in the training to analyze if they are prepared to perform the procedure in real situations. In order to choose an appropriate assessment method, this paper brings a comparison among four methods for training assessment.
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