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Category Theory - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 03 October 2022

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A new facet of category theory: cognitive disadvantage and its implications for safety in the cockpit.

The commonity effect shows that common category members have a cognitive advantage, such as being quicker and easier to recognize and describe. Pilot results on a sample of four non-typical events against four randomly selected events were tested by five airline pilots in a real-world averageity gradient, comparing pilot results on a series of four non-typical events against four randomly selected events. When compared to a random group of safety incidents, non-typical flight safety incidents triggered a greater number of reaction errors and a higher response latency. Our latest findings can be used to properly prepare pilots for event diversity and protect safety in other work environments of concern to ergonomics. Practitioner summary: A typical safety case in work environments provide a cognitive dividend, which aids in effective detection and response. Non-typical events like air travel pose a significant threat to employment and aviation infrastructure, including air transportation, and we recommend innovations in pilot knowledge and training that take advantage of this approach.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36106696


On using undirected graph techniques for directed graphs through Category Theory

Moreover, creating a u2019bridgeu2019 that links directed graphs to undirected graphs would unlock the possibility for using undirected graph techniques in appropriate directed graph contexts. In a new way to map a simple directed graph to a bipartite undirected graph that we'll refer to as a prime graph, we used Category Theory. We used Category Theory to map a simple directed graph to a bipartite undirected graph that we'll refer to as a prime graph. We extend undirected graph methods to directed graph contexts by converting the directed graphs into prime graphs by converting the directed graphs into prime graphs by taking advantage of isomorphism between these two groups.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR537539

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