AffiliationJet Propulsion Laboratory
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AbstractThe availability of GPS (Global Position Satellite) information in real-time via the RAJPO Datalink system will significantly increase the capacity of flight test and training ranges in terms of missions supported. This increase in mission activity will in turn impose more demands on mission planning in the range operations environment. In this context, network management tools which can improve the capability of range personnel to plan, monitor, and control network resources, are of significant interest. In this paper we describe the application of both simulation and artificial intelligence techniques to develop such network management tools.
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