On the analysis of a complex differential game using artificial intelligence techniques [military systems]

J. Shinar, A.W. Siegel

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The investigation is motivated by the dynamic conflict in an air-to-air combat between two aggressive aircraft, both equipped with medium-range guided missiles. It is a two-target differential game with two independent pursuit-evasion games. A description is given of the analysis of the conflict by means of an expert system with a knowledge base incorporating differential game solution elements. The system simultaneously evaluates potential success with the respective risks and advises the pilot when to fire his missile and when to start an evasive maneuver
Original languageUndefined
Publication statusPublished - 1988
Event27th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, CDC1988 - Hyatt Regency Austin on Town Lake , Austin, United States
Duration: 7 Dec 19889 Dec 1988
Conference number: 27


Conference27th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, CDC1988
Abbreviated titleCDC
Country/TerritoryUnited States


  • IR-91478

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