Using Intent Information in Probabilistic Conflict Analysis

@inproceedings{Yang2001UsingII,
  title={Using Intent Information in Probabilistic Conflict Analysis},
  author={L. C. Yang and James K. Kuchar},
  year={2001}
}
A method to incorporate aircraft flight path intent information into a conflict detection and resolution system is described. The approach uses a set of probability density functions that describe potential trajectory errors such as cross-track, along-track, or course change, in a series of Monte Carlo simulations. The simulations are used to estimate the probability of conflict in traffic encounters. Intent information is readily included in the model, and can consist of a series of waypoints… CONTINUE READING
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