Integrating autonomous fault management with conventional flight software: a case study

@article{Kolcio1999IntegratingAF,
  title={Integrating autonomous fault management with conventional flight software: a case study},
  author={Ksenia Olenka Kolcio and Mark L. Hanson and Lorraine M. Fesq and David John Forrest},
  journal={1999 IEEE Aerospace Conference. Proceedings (Cat. No.99TH8403)},
  year={1999},
  volume={1},
  pages={307-314 vol.1}
}
An evolutionary approach to on-board autonomy involves integrating autonomous processes with traditional spacecraft real-time flight software (FSW). Such an approach relies on layering autonomy onto existing architecture while making minimal changes to the existing FSW. This is distinctly different from a revolutionary approach, which calls for integrating the design of autonomy and FSW from the start. While a revolutionary approach may lead to a more optimal design, an evolutionary approach… CONTINUE READING

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