A review of conflict detection and resolution modeling methods

@article{Kuchar2000ARO,
  title={A review of conflict detection and resolution modeling methods},
  author={James K. Kuchar and L. C. Yang},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Intelligent Transportation Systems},
  year={2000},
  volume={1},
  pages={179-189}
}
A number of methods have been proposed to automate air traffic conflict detection and resolution (CD&R), but there has been little cohesive discussion or comparative evaluation of approaches. This paper presents a survey of 68 recent CD&R modeling methods, several of which are currently in use or under operational evaluation. A framework that articulates the basic functions of CD&R is used to categorize the models. The taxonomy includes: dimensions of state information (vertical, horizontal, or… CONTINUE READING
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