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James Bonn – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Validation of the Terminal Area Modeling in the System Wide Analysis Capability (SWAC)
    11th AIAA Aviation Technology Integration and Operations (ATIO) Conference, 2011
    Co-Authors: Lakshmi Vempati, James Bonn

    Abstract:

    The following paper presents the validation results of the Terminal Area Model (TAM) implemented within the System Wide Analysis Capability (SWAC) simulation tool. A brief review of the approach, implementation details and summary of the challenges of terminal area modeling is presented, followed by the data requirements and data processing aspects. A brief description of the terminal procedure assignment and merging algorithm is provided. Validation results, comparing results from the TAM module with the actual flown trajectories obtained from the National Offload Program (NOP) data for two airports is presented.

  • Terminal Area Modeling in National Airspace System Performance Analysis Capability (NASPAC)
    10th AIAA Aviation Technology Integration and Operations (ATIO) Conference, 2010
    Co-Authors: Lakshmi Vempati, Hong Kaing, Aniruddha Kane, James Bonn

    Abstract:

    §The following paper presents the approach taken to model the terminal area trajectories within the National Airspace System Performance Analysis Capability (NASPAC) simulation tool. A summary of the challenges of terminal area modeling is presented, followed by the data requirements and data processing aspects. A description of the terminal procedure assignment and merging algorithm that is under development is provided. Some verification and validation results are also presented.

  • the modernized national airspace system performance Analysis Capability naspac
    , 2008
    Co-Authors: Joseph Post, Kimberly Noonan, James Bonn, John Gulding, Daniel Murphy, Michael Graham

    Abstract:

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) uses computer models to quantify the impacts of technological, procedural, and infrastructure changes on the performance of the National Airspace System (NAS). The National Airspace System Performance Analysis Capability (NASPAC), the FAA’s standard system-wide model, is a discrete-event simulation which represents the NAS as a network of airport and airspace queues. The paper describes the model and how it is being modernized to support ongoing evaluations of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) and the Operational Evolution Partnership (OEP), the Agency’s modernization plan. The paper goes on to present some validation results which compare NASPAC output to actual system response for eight historical days. Finally, the paper describes enhancements planned for the model over the next year.

Eileen Roberts – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Aviation System Analysis Capability Executive Assistant Design
    , 1998
    Co-Authors: Eileen Roberts, James A. Villani, Mohammed Osman, David Godso, Brent King, Michael Ricciardi

    Abstract:

    In this technical document, we describe the design developed for the Aviation System Analysis Capability (ASAC) Executive Assistant (EA) Proof of Concept (POC). We describe the genesis and role of the ASAC system, discuss the objectives of the ASAC system and provide an overview of components and models within the ASAC system, and describe the design process and the results of the ASAC EA POC system design. We also describe the evaluation process and results for applicable COTS software. The document has six chapters, a bibliography, three appendices and one attachment.

  • Aviation System Analysis Capability Quick Response System Report
    , 1998
    Co-Authors: Eileen Roberts, James A. Villani, Paul Ritter

    Abstract:

    The purpose of this document is to present the additions and modifications made to the Aviation System Analysis Capability (ASAC) Quick Response System (QRS) in FY 1997 in support of the ASAC ORS development effort. This document contains an overview of the project background and scope and defines the QRS. The document also presents an overview of the Logistics Management Institute (LMI) facility that supports the QRS, and it includes a summary of the planned additions to the QRS in FY 1998. The document has five appendices.

  • Aviation System Analysis Capability (ASAC) Quick Response System (QRS) Test Report
    , 1997
    Co-Authors: Eileen Roberts, James A. Villani, Paul Ritter

    Abstract:

    This document is the Aviation System Analysis Capability (ASAC) Quick Response System (QRS) Test Report. The purpose of this document is to present the results of the QRS unit and system tests in support of the ASAC QRS development effort. This document contains an overview of the project background and scope, defines the QRS system and presents the additions made to the QRS this year, explains the assumptions, constraints, and approach used to conduct QRS Unit and System Testing, and presents the schedule used to perform QRS Testing. The document also presents an overview of the Logistics Management Institute (LMI) Test Facility and testing environment and summarizes the QRS Unit and System Test effort and results.

James A. Villani – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Aviation System Analysis Capability Quick Response System Report for Fiscal Year 1998
    , 1999
    Co-Authors: James A. Villani, Paul Ritter

    Abstract:

    This document presents the additions and modifications made to the Quick Response System (QRS) in FY 1998 in support of the ASAC QRS development effort. this Document builds upon the Aviation System Analysis Capability Quick Responses System Report for Fiscal Year 1997.

  • Aviation System Analysis Capability Executive Assistant Design
    , 1998
    Co-Authors: Eileen Roberts, James A. Villani, Mohammed Osman, David Godso, Brent King, Michael Ricciardi

    Abstract:

    In this technical document, we describe the design developed for the Aviation System Analysis Capability (ASAC) Executive Assistant (EA) Proof of Concept (POC). We describe the genesis and role of the ASAC system, discuss the objectives of the ASAC system and provide an overview of components and models within the ASAC system, and describe the design process and the results of the ASAC EA POC system design. We also describe the evaluation process and results for applicable COTS software. The document has six chapters, a bibliography, three appendices and one attachment.

  • Aviation System Analysis Capability Quick Response System Report
    , 1998
    Co-Authors: Eileen Roberts, James A. Villani, Paul Ritter

    Abstract:

    The purpose of this document is to present the additions and modifications made to the Aviation System Analysis Capability (ASAC) Quick Response System (QRS) in FY 1997 in support of the ASAC ORS development effort. This document contains an overview of the project background and scope and defines the QRS. The document also presents an overview of the Logistics Management Institute (LMI) facility that supports the QRS, and it includes a summary of the planned additions to the QRS in FY 1998. The document has five appendices.