Resolution of an Antenna – Satellite assignment problem by means of Integer Linear Programming

@inproceedings{Vzquez2014ResolutionOA,
  title={Resolution of an Antenna – Satellite assignment problem by means of Integer Linear Programming},
  author={Rafael V{\'a}zquez and Federico Perea and Jorge Gal{\'a}n Vioque},
  year={2014}
}
a r t i c l e i n f o a b s t r a c t Every day, ground stations need to manage numerous requests for allocation of antenna time slots by customers operating satellites. For multi-antenna, multi-site ground networks serving numerous satellite operators, oftentimes these requests yield conflicts, which arise when two or more satellites request overlapping time slots on the same antenna. Deconflicting is performed by moving passes to other antennas, shortening their duration, or canceling them… CONTINUE READING

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