Generation of Time-Delay Algorithms for Anti-air Missiles Using Genetic Programming
This paper describes the application of genetic programming to generate algorithms for control of time-delays in anti-air missiles equipped with proximity fuzes. Conventional algorithms for determining these delay-times rely on human effort and experience, and are generally deficient. It is demonstrated that by applying genetic programming determination of the timing can be automated and made near-optimal.
KeywordsGenetic Programming Conventional Algorithm Approach Angle Genetic Programming System Algorithm Genetic Programming
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