V. Kumar, E. Tolstaya, A. Ribeiro, A. Kapoor
We envision a system that concisely describes the rules of air traffic control, assists human operators and supports dense autonomous air traffic around commercial airports. We develop a method to learn the rules of air traffic control from real data as a cost function via maximum entropy inverse reinforcement learning. This cost function is used as a penalty for a search-based motion planning method that discretizes both the control and the state space. We illustrate the methodology by showing that our approach can learn to imitate the airport arrival routes and separation rules of dense commercial air traffic. The resulting trajectories are shown to be safe, feasible, and efficient.
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Published on 01/01/2019
Volume 2019, 2019DOI: 10.1109/iros40897.2019.8968460Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license
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