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Evolutionary ATM. A modelling framework to assess the impact of ATM evolutions


Project website published online

A website presence of the project that informs about the scope of the project, the current progress, and scheduled activities and includes project identity, downloadable press kit, abstracts of project deliverables and publications, project factsheet, social networks integration

Final Communication Report

Report of all the activities carried out under the WP5 providing an insight of reaching-out actions of the project

Final Project Results Report

Final Project Results Report covering all the research activities performed by the project

Refined Performance Metrics

Refinement of the KPAs, the KPIs, the influence factors and the metrics for the performance assessment of the direct routing solution

Modelling Paradigms

Definition of the agent-based modelling paradigms that will be adopted for the representation of the direct routing solution

Preliminary Performance Metrics

Preliminary identification of the KPAs, the KPIs, the influence factors and the metrics for the performance assessment of the direct routing solution


Articles and papers published

Technical Specification of the Reference Scenario

Specification of the technical elements and the procedures that will be included in the reference scenario for the direct routing solution

Human Aspects Specification

Specification of the behaviour of the human operators who interact with the technical systems of the direct routing solution

Methodological Guidelines

Definition of a possible methodology on the basis of the designed framework

Statistical Analysis Strategy

Design of the agent-based simulation and the agent-based sensitivity analysis


ATM change management: An evolutionary and agent-based approach

Author(s): Gabriella Gigante, Domenico Pascarella, Marta Sánchez Cidoncha, Miquel Angel Piera, Gabriella Duca, Nicola Lettieri, Luiz Manuel Braga, Jose Luis Muñoz Gamarra
Published in: MATEC Web of Conferences, Issue 259, 2019, Page(s) 02005, ISSN 2261-236X
Publisher: JTLE (Journal of Traffic and Logistics Engineering)
DOI: 10.1051/matecconf/201925902005

A socio-technical holistic ABM simulation framework to assess ATC performance variability (full paper will be published and indexed in Dialnet with ISSN and Individual DOI number, according to conference management guidance)

Author(s): Juan José Ramos González, Miquel Angel Piera, Gabriella Gigante, Domenico Pascarella, Gabriella Duca, Mario Ciaburri, Marta Sánchez Cidoncha, Luiz Manuel Braga and Jose Luis Munoz-Gamarra
Published in: Proceedings of 10th Eurosim Congress 1-5 July 2019 La Rioja – Spain, 2019
Publisher: Eurosim

EvoATM: an evolutionary agent-based modelling Open Demonstrator for change design and impact assessment in ATM

Author(s): Gigante, D. Pascarella, M. Sánchez Cidoncha, M. A. Piera, G. Duca, M. Ciaburri, L. M. Braga Campos, J. L. Muñoz Gamarra
Published in: SESAR Innovation Days 2018, December 3-7 Salzburg, 2018
Publisher: SESAR

Human behaviour modelling in tools for Air Traffic Management change impact assessment

Author(s): Duca, G, Frisiello A., Gigante, G.
Published in: HFES Europe Chapter Annual Conference, Nantes 2-4 October 2019, 2019
Publisher: HFES Europe Chapter

Human behaviour modelling for the improvement of Air Traffic Management performances

Author(s): Gabriella Duca, Antonella Frisiello, Gabriella Gigante
Published in: Proceedings of DYSES Dynamics of Socio Economic Systems 2018 October 9-12 Paris, 2018
Publisher: DYSES

How to evaluate and model the U_Space operations

Author(s): Miquel Angel Piera Gabriella Gigante
Published in: ASDA Tournaments 2018,, 2018
Publisher: ASDA Associationd for Scientific Development in ATM

Integrating social aspects in an agent based model of Air Traffic Management system – representing SESAR exploratory research project EvoATM

Author(s): Domenico Pascarella
Published in: Proceedings Tandem Aerodays 2019 Bucharest, Romania – Palace of Parliament 27 – 30 May, 2019, 2019
Publisher: Tandem Aeroday

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