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Selective Simulated Annealing for Large Scale Airspace Congestion Mitigation

Abstract : This paper presents a methodology to minimize the airspace congestion of aircraft 1 trajectories based on slot allocation techniques. The traffic assignment problem is modeled as a 2 combinatorial optimization problem for which a selective simulated annealing has been developed. 3 Based on theBased the congestion encountered by each aircraft in the airspace, this metaheuristic 4 selects and changes the time of departure of the most critical flights in order to target the most 5 relevant aircraft. The main objective of this approach is to minimize the aircraft speed vector 6 disorder. The proposed algorithm was implemented and tested on simulated trajectories generated 7 with real flight plans on a day of traffic over France airspace with 8800 flights.
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Daniel Delahaye, Julien Lavandier, Arianit Islami, Supatcha Chaimatanan, Amir Abecassis. Selective Simulated Annealing for Large Scale Airspace Congestion Mitigation. Aerospace, MDPI, 2021. ⟨hal-03359666⟩

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