Hierarchical resource management in adaptive airborne surveillance radars

TitleHierarchical resource management in adaptive airborne surveillance radars
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsWintenby, J., and V. Krishnamurthy
JournalIEEE Transactions on AEROSpace and Electronic Systems
Volume42
Pagination401–420
ISSN0018-9251
Abstract

In this paper we present hierarchical resource management algorithms for adaptive airborne surveillance radars. By abstracting the physical layer sensor performance into a quality of service measure, the resource management problem is formulated as a constrained Markov decision process. A two-level (two-timescale) resource management algorithm is presented based on Lagrangian relaxation. A numerical example is given with scenarios involving different target densities.

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