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Volume 21 article 1051 pages: 70-75
The article considers the problem of increasing productivity in harvesting, algorithm for the formation of individual educational trajectories for training operators of logging machines is proposed and the detailed experimental results on practical implementation of developed algorithm are given. The experimental results are checked, verified and efficiency of developed algorithm is proved via various criteria.
The results of this study were obtained with the support by Russian Science Foundation of Grant No. 22-29-01576 «Methodology for designing intelligent assessment tools, monitoring and managing the quality of work of forest machine operators».
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