Conformance monitoring is of fundamental importance to ATC operations and future surveillance environments may enable more sophisticated procedures to be developed for this task. A Conformance Monitoring Analysis Framework has been presented which enables model-based fault detection and isolation techniques to be employed to investigate many important issues. The essential concepts of Conformance Residual generation; decision-making and intent inferencing have been identified and a lateral trajectory case study using a very simple Conformance Monitoring Model has been used to illustrate the promise of this approach for investigating different state environments. Preliminary results indicate potential improved time-to-detection performance associated with using relevant higher order states in addition to position, but this is at the expense of greater noise in the Conformance Residual.

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Published on 01/01/2003

Volume 2003, 2003
DOI: 10.1109/dasc.2002.1052922
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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