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The Target Specific for the
SRV Demonstration Experiment #4
(Conducted 22-28 October 1999)

NOTE: In general, this is an excellent choice of a target for this public demonstration experiment. However, the target specific for this experiment has a significant (and educationally useful) flaw. This allows us the opportunity to point out an interesting element of the target writing process involving the difference between target qualifiers and target aspects. The second and third numbered aspects are not aspects at all, but rather target qualifiers. This mistake is due to our own part, and not a result of a anything done by the outside tasker for this experiment. (We gave the tasker incorrect instructions.) We explain this problem for educational purposes with regard to the interested audience. In general, a target qualifier is something at the target site as it is defined by the essential cue. For example, if a target is your backyard, then a qualifier could be the hole in your backyard, or the grass on the lawn in your backyard. On the other hand, a target aspect involves a necessary and significant shift in time or space around the target site. There is no guarantee that any one viewer will notice any specific target item in a session (which is why target qualifiers often do not work well). But shifting the viewer around in perspective increases the chances of the viewer noticing different and significant components of a target. In the target specific below, the second and third numbered aspects are simply two elements that exist at the target as defined by the essential cue. Since the viewer is already at the target via the first numbered aspect (which repeats the essential cue always), then the second and third numbered aspects in this instance do not move the viewer to a new perspective in space or time.

 

Essential Cue:
The Battle of Gettysburg (July 1863)

Numbered Aspects:
1. The Battle of Gettysburg / event (July 1863)
2. Pickett's charge / event (July 3, 1863)
3. General J.E.B Stuart ordering the 1st Virginia to advance against the Union Calvary / event (July 3, 1863)