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Air Traffic Management and Systems: Selected Papers of the by Electronic Navigation Research Inst

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The digital Navigation examine Institute (ENRI) held its third International Workshop on ATM / CNS in 2013 with the subject of "Drafting the destiny sky".

There is around the world task occurring within the study and development of smooth air site visitors administration (ATM) and its permitting applied sciences in Communication, Navigation and Surveillance (CNS).

Pioneering paintings is important to give a contribution to the worldwide harmonization of air site visitors administration and keep an eye on. At this workshop, best experts in examine, and academia from world wide met to share their principles and methods on ATM/CNS comparable topics.

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9 (a) The standard separation criteria and (b) the tailored vertical buffer around the top-ofdescent point Fig. 2 Probabilistic Conflict Detection A more general method of dealing with trajectory prediction errors uses the knowledge of past performance of the trajectory prediction system to influence the detection and resolution processes directly. One way to do that is to create a probabilistic conflict detection system where the probability of conflict between two aircraft depends on their predicted trajectories and a characterization of the probable quality of those trajectories.

Q). 3. Solve the Q deterministic trajectory optimization problems using the Q collocation points p j ( j = 1, . . , Q), and determine the solution z(p j ) ( j = 1, . . , Q) (z is the time of arrival or the terminal time t f of the trajectory optimization problem in this paper). 4. Calculate the coefficients Cm (m = 1, . . , M). 5. Calculate the statistics of the approximate solution, the expected value E[z(p)] and the variance var(z(p)), from the coefficients Cm . 4 Numerical Simulation In this subsection, numerical simulation is conducted to verify the effectiveness and performance of our proposed stochastic trajectory optimization method.

J Aerosp Eng 226(8):930–949 8. George S, Satapathy G, Manikonda V, Palopo K, Meyn L, Lauderdale TA, Downs M, Refai M, Dupee R (2011) Build 8 of the airspace concept evaluation system. In: AIAA modeling and simulation technologies conference, AIAA-2011-6373, Portland, OR 9. Lauderdale TA (2012) Probabilistic conflict detection for robust detection and resolution. In: AIAA aviation technology, integration, and operations conference, Indianapolis, IN 10. Lauderdale TA, Cone AC, Bowe AR (2011) Relative significance of trajectory prediction error on an automated separation assurance algorithm.

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