Airport System Control in Conditions of Discrete Random Processes of Traffic Flow
AbstractThe article presents a system approach to air traffic operationand control. A mathematical model of the system has beendeveloped, for the case when the input/output functions are discreterandom processes. A solution for a special example of inputfunctions has been calculated and analysed.
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