Analysis of Controller Workload Related to Air Traffic Density
In this paper analysis of controller workload — T related to air traffic density X is presented. This relation may be analysed using appropriate edge distributions. This leads to definition of air traffic sector capacity as a quantile of edge distribution of two-dimensional random variable.
Another approach is to treat random vanables X and T jointly. It was proved that twodimensional random variable (X, T) has normal distribution.
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