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Optimal Planning for Autonomous Air Vehicle Battle Management 1
 

Summary: Optimal Planning for Autonomous Air Vehicle Battle
Management 1
G¨urdal Arslan, Jonathan D. Wolfe, Jeff Shamma, and Jason L. Speyer
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1597, USA
(garslan, wolfe, shamma, speyer)@seas.ucla.edu
Abstract
We formulate a dynamic air vehicle assignment prob-
lem to sequentially determine the optimal allocation of
air vehicle and ammunition resources to threat clusters
in an air to ground campaign. A threat cluster in-
cludes a number of different types of threats, which are
assumed to cooperate among themselves when they are
engaged by a team of air vehicles. The objective is to
efficiently allocate the assets to eliminate as many valu-
able threats as possible while minimizing the air vehi-
cle attrition. This problem is formulated as an optimal
control problem, whose exact solution can be obtained
for small size problems by dynamic programming. For

  

Source: Arslan, Gürdal - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Hawai'i at Manoa

 

Collections: Engineering