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This book highlights the development of new methods for assessing and forecasting the state of various complex ageing systems in service; analyzing the influence of destabilizing factors on the accuracy of aircraft flight navigation support; and making recommendations on the ideal aircraft route, taking into consideration the available information on the reliability of the navigation and communication equipment.

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Frontmatter

Chapter 1. Stochastic Models of Aging and Liveness Processes of Complex Systems

Abstract
A set of various parameters may be used to describe the properties and characteristics of complex systems. These parameters may have both random initial values (deviations from nominal values) and the values randomly changing over time due to various external effects and aging processes, which are being underway in the components of the systems.
Eliseev B. P., Kozlov A. I., Romancheva N. I., Shatrakov Y. G., Zatuchny D. A., Zavalishin O. I.

Chapter 2. Analysis of Statistical Models of Aging Navigation Systems

Abstract
In the previous chapter, the development of statistical models of the processes occurring in aging navigation systems was carried out, and the general ratios were obtained, allowing to judge the evolution of the probability density function (PRV) of the system parameters over time.
Eliseev B. P., Kozlov A. I., Romancheva N. I., Shatrakov Y. G., Zatuchny D. A., Zavalishin O. I.

Chapter 3. Features of Radio Navigation Devices Control of the Aircraft in Conditions of Effect of Destabilizing Factors

Abstract
Existing models of aircraft motion control systems do not take into account the deviations of the parameters of radio navigation equipment (RNE) from nominal values, the presence of irreversible and intermittent failures of the radio navigation equipment (RNE) due to the influence of various destabilizing factors, such as changes in radio wave propagation status (RWP), climatic effects and aging of the element base, as well as the noise influence.
Eliseev B. P., Kozlov A. I., Romancheva N. I., Shatrakov Y. G., Zatuchny D. A., Zavalishin O. I.

Chapter 4. Basic Radio Technical Means to Ensure the Reliability of the Aircraft Flight

Abstract
Electromagnetic environment (EME) is a combination of electromagnetic interference (EI) from any source affecting the functioning of radio electronic systems (RES) with or without a signal of interest, through the antenna or/and bypassing it.
Eliseev B. P., Kozlov A. I., Romancheva N. I., Shatrakov Y. G., Zatuchny D. A., Zavalishin O. I.

Chapter 5. Transmission of Digital Navigational Information and Evaluation of the Results of Decisions Made

Abstract
The full benefits of ADS can be implemented by using an additional two-way data link and/or voice communication between the crew and the dispatcher (voice communication is provided in emergency and abnormal situations).
Eliseev B. P., Kozlov A. I., Romancheva N. I., Shatrakov Y. G., Zatuchny D. A., Zavalishin O. I.

Chapter 6. The Choice of the Aircraft Route During the Transition to Area Navigation Subject to the Reliability of the Navigation and Communication Facilities

Abstract
In the last three years, there has been a redistribution of traffic between airports and an overall increase in the number of operations at major airfields.
Eliseev B. P., Kozlov A. I., Romancheva N. I., Shatrakov Y. G., Zatuchny D. A., Zavalishin O. I.

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