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    отображаемая [приборная, инструментальная] информация

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    1. информационное воздействие, информационный сигнал
    2. воспринимаемое < человеком- оператором> свойство < объекта>; признак; ориентир/ ориентировать
    3. <pl> осведомительная информация; информационная среда
    acceleration cues
    afterburner visual cues
    aiming cues
    alerting cues
    AOA cue
    artificial cue
    audible cues
    audio cues
    balance cues
    cockpit cues
    command cues
    computer-generated cues
    control force cues
    display cues
    electronic cues
    environment cues
    environmental cues
    equipment cues
    false cues
    firing cues
    flying cues
    fore-and-aft motion cues
    greyout cues
    guidance cues
    high-AOA warning cue
    instrument cues
    kinesthetic cues
    lateral cues
    low-altitude turbulence cues
    motion cues
    natural warning cue
    night/dusk visual cues
    noise cues
    nonvisual cues
    obstruction cues
    on-set cues
    out-of-the-window cues
    out-the-window cues
    outside cues
    path cue
    peripheral vision cues
    peripheral visual cues
    pilot cues
    pitch cues
    release cues
    roll cues
    rotation cues
    rotational visual cues
    seat-of-the pants cues
    sound cues
    speed cues
    sustained cues
    tactile cues
    target-predicting cues
    terrain-avoidance cues
    terrain-following cues
    transient cues
    translational visual cues
    visual cue
    visual cues
    visual field cues
    warning cue

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