%A Alfonso Mateos Caballero
%A Antonio Jim?nez Mart?n
%J Mathematical problems in engineering
%T Multiobjective simulated annealing for collision avoidance in ATM accounting for three admissible maneuvers
%X Technological advances are required to accommodate air traffic control systems for the future growth of air traffic. Particularly,
detection and resolution of conflicts between aircrafts is a problem that has attracted much attention in the last decade becoming
vital to improve the safety standards in free flight unstructured environments. We propose using the archive simulated annealing-
based multiobjective optimization algorithm to deal with such a problem, accounting for three admissible maneuvers (velocity,
turn, and altitude changes) in a multiobjective context. The minimization of the maneuver number and magnitude, time delays, or
deviations in the leaving points are considered for analysis. The optimal values for the algorithm parameter set are identified in the
more complex instance in which all aircrafts have conflicts between each other accounting for 5, 10, and 20 aircrafts. Moreover, the
performance of the proposed approach is analyzed by means of a comparison with the Pareto front, computed using brute force for
5 aircrafts and the algorithm is also illustrated with a random instance with 20 aircrafts
%P 0-16
%D 2016
%R 10.1155/2016/8738014
%I Hindawi Publishing Corporation
%L upm46047