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Benchmarking conflict resolution algorithms

Abstract : Applying a benchmarking approach to conflict resolution problems is a hard task, as the analytical form of the constraints is not simple. This is especially the case when using realistic dynamics and models, considering accelerating aircraft that may follow flight paths that are not direct. Currently, there is a lack of common problems and data that would allow researchers to compare the performances of several conflict resolution algorithms. The present paper introduces a benchmarking approach that can provide researchers with common problems, in order to compare the performances of several conflict resolution algorithms. A comparison between three resolution methods is drawn over several problems and highlights assets and weaknesses for each of them.
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Charlie Vanaret, David Gianazza, Nicolas Durand, Jean-Baptiste Gotteland. Benchmarking conflict resolution algorithms. ICRAT 2012, 5th International Conference on Research in Air Transportation, May 2012, Berkeley, United States. ⟨hal-00863090⟩



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