28th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, 23 - 28 September 2012, Brisbane, Australia
Paper ICAS 2012-10.8.3
ANALYZING SEPARATION LOSS EVENTS IN TWO-PAIRED AIRCRAFT TRAILING CONDUCTING AIRBORNE TIME SPACING BASED CONTINUOUS DESCENT ARRIVAL
E. Itoh, K. Uejima, M. Everdij*, G. J. Bakker*, H. Blom*
ENRI, Japan; *NLR, Netherlands
Keywords: continuous descent, interval management, airborne time-spacing, petri net, sequential monte carlo simulation
ASAS (Aircraft Surveillance Applications System, the former Airborne Separation Assistance System) is seen as a promising option in the future ATM. This research picks up one of the ASAS applications, Interval Management (IM), and compares two different airborne-spacing policies by rare event modeling and simulation study.
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