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A. Lindner, F. Baldeweg, and U. Fiedler, "The Disturbance Analysis System SAAP-2," Specialists' Meeting on Systems and Methods for Aiding Nuclear Power Plant Operators During Normal and Abnormal Conditions, Hungary, Baltonaliga, 4-6 October, 1983

STRUCTURE OF PICTURES

All messages of the disturbance analysis system perform "pictures". These "pictures" are arranged in levels and pages (see Fig. 3.). Increasing levels mean more detailed information.

Fig. 3 shows that all pages perform a graph. It is only possible to go from one page to another along an arc of the graph.

Each page of the graph get [sic] a priority. The priority of a page is a function of process state and operator input. The priorities of the pages are calculated continuously and the page with the highest priority is given out to the CRT-screen.

Operator interaction to change any information or to choose any page is always possible, but only information which is shown on the screen can be changed.

A special function Keyboard and an alpha-numerical Keyboard is used for man-machine interaction.