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The Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) is expected to bring about major improvements in both airspace design and utilization. One element of NextGen, Dynamic Airspace Configuration (DAC), is proposed as a means to facilitate substantially more efficient airspace capacity management. A new metric or set of metrics is required for analyzing(More)
This paper describes why energy-e cient communication in Wireless Sensor Networks is crucial and identifies the main sources of energy dissipation as well as counter measures to ensure a long network lifetime. Furthermore the communication protocol stack and the di↵erent types of protocols for routing, Medium Access Control and transport are presented and(More)
Available solutions for fault tolerance in embedded automation are often based on strong customisation, have hnpacts on the whole life-cycle, and require highly specialised design teams, thus making dependable embedded svstenis costly and difficult to develop and maintain . The TIRf4u1r project develops a fraineivork which provides fault tolerance(More)
The Airspace Playbook is a set of airspace configuration scenarios that augment the National Severe Weather Playbook rerouting scenarios. Each rerouting “play” would be accompanied with a candidate dynamic airspace reconfiguration. Typically, this would involve adjustments of sector boundaries in increments of existing sector components. Occasionally, these(More)
In this paper, we present a new predictive model for estimating airport delay using data from weather forecast products. We use the well established Weather Impacted Traffic Index (WITI) toolset and metric. The latter quantifies the “front-end” impact of weather and traffic demand on the NAS and is well correlated with NAS delays, which makes(More)