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Optimal Stochastic Evasive Maneuvers Using the Schrödinger’s Equation
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In this paper, preys with stochastic evasion policies are considered. The stochasticity adds unpredictable changes to the prey's path for avoiding predator's attacks. The prey's cost function is composed of two terms balancing the unpredictability factor...

Optimal Stochastic Evasive Maneuvers Using the Schrödinger’s Equation
2019 Edition, Volume 3, July 1, 2019 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

In this letter, preys with stochastic evasion policies are considered. The stochasticity adds unpredictable changes to the prey's path for avoiding predator's attacks. The prey's cost function is composed of two terms balancing the unpredictability factor...

Learning Evasive Maneuvers Using Genetic-Annealing Algorithms
2006 Edition, Volume 2, January 1, 2006 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

To the problem of evasive maneuver games in the vertical plane, a kind of evasive maneuver games based on genetic-annealing algorithms is presented in this paper. The algorithm combining genetic algorithms with simulated annealing algorithms is named...

The Criticality Index Development for Steering Evasive Maneuver Based on Mixed H 2 /H ∞ Control with Parameter Uncertainties
2019 Edition, July 1, 2019 - IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

Braking and steering are the typical crash avoidance maneuvers to overcome a hazardous situation. Generally, braking is a preferred measure at low speed and steering becomes an efficient alternative as speed increases. However, determining the optimum evasive...

Exponential stability of a Schrödinger equation through boundary coupling a wave equation
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In this paper, we are concerned with the stability of a Schrödinger equation through boundary coupling with a wave equation, where an internal dissipative damping is designed at the wave equation. The energy decay of the Schrödinger...

Multiple Model Method for Aircraft Conflict Detection and Resolution in Intent and Weather Uncertainty
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This paper presents a novel Multiple Model (MM) method for aircraft Conflict Detection and Resolution (CDR) in intent and weather uncertainty for the next generation air transportation system. It is based on probabilistic MM aircraft trajectory prediction. Conflict detection is performed...

Boundary Constrained Control of Delayed Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation
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This paper studies regional boundary stabilization of nonlinear Schrodinger equation with state delay and bounded internal disturbance. The boundary constrained control law is designed by using the backstepping method. Regional input-to-state stability (ISS) of...

Darboux Transformation for the 3-Dimension Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation
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The transient Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation is solved with the Darboux transformation. Based on this solution, the longitude and transverse field evolutions are presented; the time-varying coefficients(dispersion and nonlinear parameters) of NLSE are...

Trajectory Optimization of Space Maneuver Vehicle Using a Hybrid Optimal Control Solver
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In this paper, a constrained space maneuver vehicles trajectory optimization problem is formulated and solved using a new three-layer-hybrid optimal control solver. To decrease the sensitivity of the initial guess and enhance the stability of the...

Complex Absorbing Potential Formalism accounting for Open Boundary Conditions within the Wigner Transport Equation
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For the derivation of the Wigner Transport Equation an infinite computational domain is presumed. As a consequence, when onsidering a bounded computational domain as it is the case for numerical device modeling, several difficulties arise based on this assumption. Due to...

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