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Approximation methods for estimating the availability of optical ground networks
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In this paper, we present a new approach for quantifying the availability of an optical ground network that is both computationally inexpensive and suitable for high-level architectural concept studies. Expand
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On autonomous software architectures for distributed spacecraft: A Local-Global Policy
New trends such as satellite swarms or fractionated spacecraft have experienced a very significant growth in the last decade. Migration from monolithic satellite architectures to new missionExpand
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Architecting the ground segment of an optical space communication network
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We present ONGSA, a network simulator that incorporates the cloud models in order to simulate end-to-end operations of the optical network. Expand
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Architecting space communication networks under mission demand uncertainty
NASAs Space Network has been a successful program that has provided reliable communication and navigation services for three decades. As the third generation of satellites is being launched,Expand
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On scalability of Fractionated Satellite Network architectures
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Fractionated Satellite Networks are a popular concept in space systems. Expand
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Assessing the impact of real-time communication services on the space network ground segment
Communication networks to support space missions were originally architected around non-real time data services. In fact, missions have always required real-time services (e.g. telemetry andExpand
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