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This book highlights the prevention of possible accidents and crashes of aircrafts by analyzing the many factors that affect such events. It includes the theoretical study of known ideas and concepts, as well as a set of new methods and mathematical models. It contains factual information to investigate famous disasters and aviation accidents with aircrafts. The book proposes methods and models that can be the basis in developing guidance material for decision-making by the flight crew and experts in air traffic control. Some of the contents presented in this book are also useful in the design and operation of data transmission systems of aircraft. The book is intended for engineering and technical specialists engaged in the development, manufacturing and operations of onboard radio electronic systems of aircraft and ground-based radio engineering support for flights, as well as graduate students and senior students of radio engineering specialties. It is useful to researchers and managers whose activities are related to air traffic control.

Table of Contents

Frontmatter

Chapter 1. Analysis of the Problem Functioning Modeling Ergatic Air Traffic Management Information System

Abstract
The high accident rate in state aviation is one of the crucial factors affecting the readiness of aviation to fulfill its mission and constituting a threat to the national security of Russia. Over the past ten years, the total losses of all state aviation in Russia amounted to more than 300 aircraft.
Andrey Vyacheslavovich Yakovlev, Andrey Sergeevich Istomin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny, Yury Grigorievich Shatrakov

Chapter 2. The Methodology of Functional Control of the Aircraft and Parrying Special Situations

Abstract
Improvement and creation of new armed forces have the purpose of achieving the maximization of technical equipment while minimizing economic cost. At the same time, the manufacturer faced with the dilemma between the technical complexity and level of automation of the aircraft with one hand and the psycho-physiological and intellectual capabilities of the crews on the other. Therefore, the appearance of the DS on the board of the aircraft is caused, largely, the technical and ergonomic imperfection of equipment that indirectly, through the actions of the pilot, leads to accidents.
Andrey Vyacheslavovich Yakovlev, Andrey Sergeevich Istomin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny, Yury Grigorievich Shatrakov

Chapter 3. The Architecture of Safety Flights System in the Airspace of the Russian Federation

Abstract
The actual performance of the system “aircraft–crew” (“aircraft–operator of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)”) directly depends on the effective functioning of its constituent parts. Local or inconsistent effects on each part of the system cannot lead to the desired result—the achievement of values of indicators of the level of the actual efficiency that is comparable to the potential level of efficiency of functioning of system “aircraft–crew” (“aircraft operator–UAV”) for the intended purpose.
Andrey Vyacheslavovich Yakovlev, Andrey Sergeevich Istomin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny, Yury Grigorievich Shatrakov

Chapter 4. A Mathematical Model for Constructing a Conflict-Free Flow of Aircraft in the Zone of the Near Zone Officer Responsibility (Circle Dispatcher)

Abstract
The method of organizing information support for the officer of the near zone (circle dispatcher) in detecting and resolving potential conflict situations is a combination of a model for constructing an aircraft delay maneuver for a given interval and algorithms for constructing a conflict-free flow in the conditions of priority and priority service modes [1].
Andrey Vyacheslavovich Yakovlev, Andrey Sergeevich Istomin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny, Yury Grigorievich Shatrakov

Chapter 5. Formation of Solutions for Optimizing the Activities of the Landing Zone Officer (Landing Dispatcher)

Abstract
One of the variants of optimization of activities of FOO is to determine the space within which it can exercise control of aircraft flight.
Andrey Vyacheslavovich Yakovlev, Andrey Sergeevich Istomin, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny, Yury Grigorievich Shatrakov
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