Flying Together: Modelling Air Mission Teams

@article{Tidhar1998FlyingTM,
  title={Flying Together: Modelling Air Mission Teams},
  author={Gil Tidhar and Clinton Heinze and Mario C. Selvestrel},
  journal={Applied Intelligence},
  year={1998},
  volume={8},
  pages={195-218}
}
The problem of modelling air missions is part of a larger problem—simulating possible war-like scenarios in the air, sea, and on land. In modelling such military systems one is required to model the behaviour of various actors and the resources that are available to them. One aspect of this problem is the modelling of a group of actors as a team and then modelling the coordinated behaviour of such a team to achieve a joint goal. In the domain of air mission modelling the actors are pilots who… CONTINUE READING

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