Study on crowded two-dimensional airspace - Self-organized criticality
Abbreviated Journal Title
TRAFFIC JAMS; SIMULATION; Engineering, Aerospace
A crowded airspace involves large numbers of airplanes interacting with each other. In general, the dynamic behavior of the system is quite complex and conventional mathematical modeling is difficult. Here, a generic air traffic model is used to investigate the application of the notion of self-organized criticality. An example of a crowded two-dimensional airspace near an airport is studied. The results show that a crowded air traffic system exhibits the characteristics of self-organized criticality.
Journal of Aircraft
"Study on crowded two-dimensional airspace - Self-organized criticality" (1998). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 2330.