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Piloted simulation of an algorithm for onboard control of time-optimal intercept
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Douglas B. Price, Anthony J. Calise, and Daniel D. Moerder.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 2445.|
|Contributions||Calise, Anthony J., Moerder, Daniel D., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
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This paper describes a piloted simulation of algorithms for onboard computation of trajectories for time-optimal intercept of a moving target by an F-8 aircraft. The algorithms, which were derived using singular perturbation techniques, generate commands which are displayed to the pilot on the command bars of the attitude indica-tor in the cockpit.
Piloted simulation of an algorithm for onboard control of time-optimal intercept Author: Douglas B Price ; Anthony J Calise ; Daniel D Moerder ; United States. A piloted simulation of algorithms for onboard computation of trajectories for time-optimal intercept of a moving target by an F-8 aircraft is described.
The algorithms, use singular perturbation techniques, generate commands in the : D. Price, A. Calise and D. Moerder.
Piloted simulation of an algorithm for onboard control of time-optimal intercept / By Douglas B. (Douglas Bailey) Price, Daniel D. Moerder, Anthony J. Calise and Langley Research Center. This report compares the simulation results of a real time control algorithm for onboard computation of time-optimal intercept trajectories for the F-8 and F aircraft.
Due to the inherent What soon followed was a 3-D real-time piloted simulation and which used summary of the control algorithm is given in Section 3, which highlights. This paper will describe a real time piloted simulation of algorithms designed for on-board computation of time-optimal intercept trajectories for an F-8 aircraft.
The real-time capability is demonstrated at an aircraft which is to intercept a moving target in minimum time.
Moerder, D.D.: Piloted simulation of an onboard trajectory optimisation algorithm. of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics 7 (3): –, May — June Computer Simulation 26(3), –, () MathSciNet Google Scholar 5.
Li, H.-Q.: Strategy of coordinated hunting/intercepting by multiple mobile robots based on potential points. The simulation of an aircraft, which is to intercept a moving target in minimum time, demonstrates the real-time capability. Keywords: guidance; optimal control; feedback control; control parametrization; nonlinear programming.
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This paper describes a piloted simulation of algorithms for onboard computation of trajectories for time-optimal intercept of a moving target by an F-8 aircraft.
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