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Henrique Moniz, Alessandra Tedeschi, Nuno Ferreira Neves, Miguel Correia
Computational Models, Software Engineering and Advanced Technologies in Air Transportation, I. Oliveira (ed.), IGI Global
This chapter introduces the reader to the benefits of distributed computing in air transportation. It presents a solution to airborne self-separation based on RAPTOR, a stack of distributed protocols that allows aircraft to reach different types of agreement in the presence of faults, both of accidental and malicious nature. These protocols are used as primitives to implement specific services for airborne self-separation, which are created within the context of a conflict resolution algorithm based on game theory.
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