UAS mission path planning system (MPPS) using hybrid-game coupled to multi-objective optimiser
Lee, Dong-Seop, Periaux, Jacques, & Gonzalez, Luis F. (2009) UAS mission path planning system (MPPS) using hybrid-game coupled to multi-objective optimiser. Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, 132(4), pp. 1-10.
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This paper presents the application of advanced optimization techniques to unmanned aerial system mission path planning system (MPPS) using multi-objective evolutionary algorithms (MOEAs). Two types of multi-objective optimizers are compared; the MOEA nondominated sorting genetic algorithm II and a hybrid-game strategy are implemented to produce a set of optimal collision-free trajectories in a three-dimensional environment. The resulting trajectories on a three-dimensional terrain are collision-free and are represented by using Bézier spline curves from start position to target and then target to start position or different positions with altitude constraints. The efficiency of the two optimization methods is compared in terms of computational cost and design quality. Numerical results show the benefits of adding a hybrid-game strategy to a MOEA and for a MPPS.
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