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Optimization of location elements of radar systems in a real environment

Originální název

Optimization of location elements of radar systems in a real environment

Anglický název

Optimization of location elements of radar systems in a real environment

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper presents the usage of global optimization methods for finding the suitable placement of transmitters and receivers of radar systems. The optimization criterion is maximum covered area. The following text describes using a genetic algorithm for placing elements of radar systems which have several transmitters and several receivers. The algorithm is searching for the optimum configuration of transmitters and receivers so that there are no blank areas close to the airport and with a minimum number of element systems to achieve a maximum covered area. The text also describes signal propagation from transmitter to target and from target to receiver. It is important for calculating the area where it is possible to detect a target. The covered area is used as an objective function for the optimization algorithm.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper presents the usage of global optimization methods for finding the suitable placement of transmitters and receivers of radar systems. The optimization criterion is maximum covered area. The following text describes using a genetic algorithm for placing elements of radar systems which have several transmitters and several receivers. The algorithm is searching for the optimum configuration of transmitters and receivers so that there are no blank areas close to the airport and with a minimum number of element systems to achieve a maximum covered area. The text also describes signal propagation from transmitter to target and from target to receiver. It is important for calculating the area where it is possible to detect a target. The covered area is used as an objective function for the optimization algorithm.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT101192,
  author="Jan {Hofman} and Zbyněk {Fedra} and Radek {Balada} and Ondřej {Baran}",
  title="Optimization of location elements of radar systems in a real environment",
  annote="The paper presents the usage of global optimization methods for finding the suitable placement of transmitters and receivers of radar systems. The optimization criterion is maximum covered area. The following text describes using a genetic algorithm for placing elements of radar systems which have several transmitters and several receivers. The algorithm is searching for the optimum configuration of transmitters and receivers so that there are no blank areas close to the airport and with a minimum number of element systems to achieve a maximum covered area. The text also describes signal propagation from transmitter to target and from target to receiver. It is important for calculating the area where it is possible to detect a target. The covered area is used as an objective function for the optimization algorithm.",
  booktitle="18th International Conference Applied Electronics 2013",
  chapter="101192",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2013",
  month="september",
  pages="1--4",
  type="conference paper"
}