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Conflict resolution for air traffic management: A study in multiagent hybrid systems. (English) Zbl 0904.90113
Summary: Air traffic management (ATM) of the future allows for the possibility of free flight, in which aircraft choose their own optimal routes, altitudes, and velocities. The safe resolution of trajectory conflicts between aircraft is necessary to the success of such a distributed control system. In this paper, we present a method to synthesize provably safe conflict resolution maneuvers. The method models the aircraft and the maneuver as a hybrid control system and calculates the maximal set of safe, initial conditions for each aircraft so that separation is assured in the presence of uncertainties in the actions of the other aircraft. Examples of maneuvers using both speed and heading changes are worked out in detail.
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90B90Case-oriented studies in OR
93C30Control systems governed by other functional relations
91A80Applications of game theory