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Complexity in Air Traffic Management

Abstract : Air traffic Management Requirements : -Insure separation between aircraft. -Avoid costly manoeuvres and optionally optimize trajectories. -Insure trafic organization. Trends : -Separation delegated to aircraft. -Trajectory based air traffic management. -Introduction of decision support tools / automated conflict solvers. Workload : -Related to cognitive processes of human controllers. -Easy/Hard forecasting of conflict occurrence. -Monitoring is a non negligible part of the workload. -Relevant for a human-centric system. Complexity : -Related to traffic structure. -Measure of intrinsic disorder of a set of trajectories. -Increases with : sensitivity to uncertainties. interdependence of conflicts. -Relevant in an highly automated ATM system.
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Daniel Delahaye, Stéphane Puechmorel, Nour Elhouda Dougui. Complexity in Air Traffic Management. SIAM 2009, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Conference on Control and its Applications, Jul 2009, Denver, United States. ⟨hal-00939227⟩



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