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Deliverables

State Space Analysis

This deliverable will consist of a report with the main results obtained from the analysis of the state space, together with some files storing the raw data of the state space generated by TimSpat.

Multiobjective Optimization

This deliverable will present the main results that can be achieved using the PARTAKE algorithms to provide robust clearances at the most tight trajectory interdependencies while considering the fuel consumption as a target to be minimized under fairness and equity criteria.

Report on PARTAKE functional and non-functional requirements

Elaboration of the requirements list for the slot assignment decision support tool, containing new functionalities of the existing take-off priorities, the specification of the interfaces between the modules, and a complete description of the behaviour of the PARTAKE approach. The report will contain: • Objectives & scope • Stakeholders • System environment & boundaries • Detailed description of functional & non-functional requirements.

Report on the tools design

This report will specify all the tools to be implemented in PARTAKE, relying on well accepted design best practices, and will be a key document for the partner consortium to support the integration of the different algorithms to be developed considering also the available tools.

Technology Acceptance Model questionnaire

This deliverable will describe the questionnaire elaborated under the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), to provide a deep understanding about the factors influencing the acceptance of the PARTAKE technology, consider the particular targets of the different stakeholders.

Fuel Consumption Assessment

This deliverable will present the main results that can be achieved using the PARTAKE algorithms to provide robust clearances at the most tight trajectory interdependencies while considering the fuel consumption as a target to be minimized.

Final Project Results Report

This Final Project Results Report will summarize the project scope and objectives, the achieved results and main conclusions, the performed communication and dissemination actions, and the Exploitation and follow-up activities proposed for the next stage of the R&I lifecycle.

Time Stamp Computation

This deliverable will present the main results that can be achieved using the PARTAKE algorithms to maximize the clearance at the most tight trajectory interdependencies.

Sensitivity Analysis

This deliverable will consist of a description of some emergent dynamics identified when some perturbations are introduced in the RBT’s together with some files storing the raw data of the state space generated by TimSpat.

Modeling Requirements

This report will specify the modeling formalism and the methodological approach to identify the attributes and the cause-effect relationships between trajectories to support a posterior holistic analysis of spatio-temporal interdependencies.

Robustness

This deliverable will present the main results that can be achieved using the PARTAKE algorithms to maximize the clearance at the most tight trajectory interdependencies considering different types of uncertainties described in the analyzed scenarios.

Validation Report

Report describing the validation methodology used in the software implemented according to prototype testing and feedback, together with the metrics obtained.

Project Website

PARTAKE web portal with the main information about the project.

Release of mapping tools

Mapping Software including different spatio-temporal filters that will be released as a software package with all the documentation. Errors and bugs identified during the verification and validation will be corrected when the software will be released.

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Publications

Causal Analysis of Airline Trajectory Preferences to Improve Airspace Capacity

Author(s): Nina Schefers, Miquel Angel Piera, Juan José Ramos, Jenaro Nosedal
Published in: Procedia Computer Science, Issue 104, 2017, Page(s) 321-328, ISSN 1877-0509
DOI: 10.1016/j.procs.2017.01.141