Tackling Air Traffic Conflicts as a Weighted CSP : Experiments with the Lumberjack Method

In this paper, we present an extension to an air traffic conflicts resolution method consisting in generating a large number of trajectories for a set of aircraft, and efficiently selecting the best compatible ones. We propose a multimanoeuvre version which encapsulates different conflict-solving algorithms, in particular an original "smart brute-force" method and the well-known ToulBar2 CSP toolset... (read more)

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