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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and supporting organizations are developing new concepts to improve efficiency and safety of the National Airspace System (NAS). Some of these concepts change current restrictions, introduce new maneuvers, or provide better decision support to air traffic controllers. Each of these concepts requires extensive(More)
Speech recognition is a classic example of a human/machine interface, typifying many of the difficulties and opportunities of human/machine interaction. In this paper, speech recognition is used as an example of applying turbo processing principles to the general problem of human/machine interface. Speech recognizers frequently involve a model representing(More)
This paper describes the redesign of the Federal Aviation Administration's implementation of a genetic algorithm used for time shifting flights in air traffic scenarios. Time shifted scenarios are used in testing decision support tools that predict the potential loss of separation between aircraft. This paper describes the improvements that resulted when(More)
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