Evolutionary air traffic flow management for large 3D-problems
We present an evolutionary tool to solve free-route Air Traffic Flow Management problems within a three-dimensional air space. This is the first evolutionary tool which solves free-route planning problems involving a few hundred aircraft. We observe that the importance of the recombination operator increases as we scale to larger problem instances. The evolutionary algorithm is based on a variant of the elitist recombinationalgorithm. We show a theoretical analysis of the problem, and present the results of experiments.
|Ordinary Differential Equations (acm G.1.7), Problem Solving, Control Methods, and Search (acm I.2.8)|
|Problem solving (heuristics, search strategies, etc.) (msc 68T20)|
|Department of Computer Science [CS]|
van Kemenade, C.H.M, van den Akker, J.M, & Kok, J.N. (1996). Evolutionary air traffic flow management for large 3D-problems. Department of Computer Science [CS]. CWI.