Corpus ID: 209525337

Visual analytics of flight trajectories for uncovering decision making strategies

  title={Visual analytics of flight trajectories for uncovering decision making strategies},
  author={Gennady L. Andrienko and Natalia V. Andrienko and Georg Fuchs and David Scarlatti and J. M. Cordero Garcia and George A. Vouros and Roberto Gonz{\'a}lez Herranz and Rodrigo A. de Marcos},
In air traffic management and control, movement data describing actual and planned flights are used for planning, monitoring and post-operation analysis purposes with the goal of increased efficient utilization of air space capacities (in terms of delay reduction or flight efficiency), without compromising the safety of passengers and cargo, nor timeliness of flights. From flight data, it is possible to extract valuable information concerning preferences and decision making of airlines (e.g… Expand


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