January 25, 2011 at 9:32 am #138
<p>How to create an AAT competition with FS?</p>
<p>Start – 5 km<br />
Sector 1 – 5 km<br />
Sector 2 – 17 km<br />
Sector 3 – 10 km<br />
ESS – 1 km<br />
Goal – 0,4 km</p>
<p>Time – 2 hours</p>
<p>Does the score takes in count total distance and speed as suposed in an AAT competiton?</p>
</p>January 31, 2011 at 11:46 am #509
FS does not have a module for scoring AAT tasks (yet).
Do you see a big need for scoring AAT in Hang/Paragliding comps?
– OyvindFebruary 1, 2011 at 1:27 pm #511
well is another FAI possible task, to use in FAI competitions, so should be possible to score it right?
PHFebruary 2, 2011 at 7:37 pm #512
I’ve not seen AAT used in a CIVL Cat 2 comp, it’s popular in Sailplane comps. But it might be something to look into. I suggest you make a ticket with a feature request, describing how you would like to see the format implemented and with links to rules/descriptions if possible.February 3, 2011 at 2:34 pm #513
Well, of course it has not been used in CIVL Cat 2.. there is no official way to score it.
I don’t want to create any special format… just adapt (speed and distance)from what exist in ANNEX A from Seccion 3 – Gliding (8.3 and others) to Hang gliding and Paragliding.
Also good idea to see this links: http://www.xcontest.org/xrace/about-aat/ http://ozreport.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=21610
Posted: Tue Mar 23, 2010- XRace 2010 – 12-18.7.2010 – Tolmin, Slovenia (confirmed FAI2 event ? ) – they used AAT-Speed Race and Speedrun http://www.xcontest.org/xrace/tasks/:20100712
PHFebruary 4, 2011 at 8:38 am #514
There are as far as I know no strict requirement to use GAP in a CIVL Cat 2 comp, but without compatible scores it might be difficult to get the WPRS points 🙂
Thanks for the links and info, as you can see elsewhere in the forum we are looking for developers to pick up on the development of FS, implementing new scoring forumulas are on the list of things that needs to be done.
– OyvindFebruary 8, 2011 at 9:14 am #515
Thank you for your answers but i’m not a programer… i don’t know how to help development of FS.
I know that what i need now from FS is TOTAL DISTANCE / OLC (5 points) that a pilot have fly from SS until ES… not the task distance… any idea how to have this?
PHFebruary 10, 2011 at 3:39 pm #516
I’m thinking use AAT tasks with OLC distance. Only Take off and Goal sectors, for time.
For that, and looking in FAI Annex A of SC S3 (part 6, 8.3 and 8.4) i’ve adapted the formulas for paragliding and come like this:
PARAGLIDING (proposal) ==> 1000 pts = Dist > 30km and Time > 1 hour —- Tmin = 30 min and Dmin = 5 Km
DAY PARAMETERS: Pm = MIN( 1000 ; (34 x Highest Distance) – 20 ; (1200 x Elapse Time of the fastest) – 200 )
F = MIN ( 1 ; 1.25 x nº pilots achieve minimum dist. / nº pilots launched )
Pvm = (2/3) x (nº finishers exceeding 2/3 best speed / nº pilots launched) x Pm
Pdm = Pm – Pvm
Finisher: Pv = Pvm x (Vh – (2/3) x Highest finishers speed ) / ((1/3) x Highest finishers speed)
Pv = 0 pts — IF (Finishers speed < (2/3) x Highest finishers speed)
Pv = 0 pts — IF (Finishers time < Miminum task time (Tmin))
Dist. / Speed—-Pd = Pdm
OLC—————Pd = Pdm x (Pilot distance / Highest Distance)
Pd = 0 pts — IF (Finishers distance < Minimum distance (Dmin)
Non-finisher: Pv = 0
Pd = Pdm x (Pilot distance / Highest Distance)
Pd = 0 pts — IF (Finishers distance < Minimum distance (Dmin))
Total: S = F x (Pv + Pd)
IF (Pilot time < Task time) —- Pilot time = Task time
IF (MIN (Finisher distance) < Pilot non-Finisher Distance —- Pilot non-Finisher distance = MIN (Finisher distance)July 15, 2011 at 4:09 pm #556rafalopezParticipant
may be necessary, a module of punctuation for AAT tasksJuly 23, 2012 at 7:47 am #1378kocieckaParticipant
Has there been any further development on AAT in FS? This kind of task is being used more often these days. For example the Czechs had one AAT task during this year’s national championship – they scored the comp with FS, I don’t know how they handled the AAT (can’t find this task’s results).
We use AATs quite often in our (Polish) national league weekend competitions. We use SeeYou for scoring, but it’s not very comfortable.
Is there any chance that this type of task will be included in FS?
karolJuly 23, 2012 at 2:11 pm #1379dzstefanParticipantFebruary 9, 2013 at 8:12 pm #2744Fred WilsonParticipant
> I’ve not seen AAT used in a CIVL Cat 2 comp, it’s popular in Sailplane comps.
> But it might be something to look into. I suggest you make a ticket with a feature request,
> describing how you would like to see the format implemented and with links to rules/descriptions if possible.
Newbee here. No idea how to do this.
Disussions are at “AAT (Assigned Area Tasks) – the future for our Comp scene?”
and See: http://www.paraglidingforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=34925
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