AuthorBlasdel, Arthur N., Jr.
AffiliationFord Aerospace Corporation
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AbstractFord Aerospace Corporation has been investigating the use of intelligent systems to automate space mission support functions since the early 1980's. A product of this research is Paragon, a model-based development environment for intelligent systems. Paragon has been used to develop functional models of satellites that are robust in their abilities to represent satellite behavior. The models have been used to simulate both nominal and anomalous temporal behavior. This paper describes our simulation approach and how the telemetry output from the system can be used during training and rehearsals to provide a closed-loop, interactive response to a wide variety of scenarios.
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