Innovations in the field of on-board scheduling technologies

@article{Avramova2022InnovationsIT,
  title={Innovations in the field of on-board scheduling technologies},
  author={Temenuzhka Valentinova Avramova and Riccardo Maderna and Alessandro Benetton and Christian Cardenio},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2205.06792}
}
Space missions are characterized by long distances, difficult or unavailable communication and high operating costs. Moreover, complexity has been constantly increasing in recent years. For this reason, improving the autonomy of space operators is an attractive goal to increase the mission reward with lower costs. This paper proposes an onboard scheduler, that integrates inside an onboard software framework for mission autonomy. Given a set of activities, it is responsible for determining the… 

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