FLIGHT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ADAPTATION TO FUNCTIONING IN INCOMPLETE INFORMATION CONDITIONS
Keywords:flight operations, management system, adaptation architecture, incomplete information conditions
Purpose: The purpose of this article is to present a new approach of Airlines Flight Operations Management System adaptation to functioning in incomplete information conditions. Methods: The article describes two runtime methods which increase the adaptation degree of Airlines Flight Operations Management System to functioning in incomplete information conditions, such as: exception handling and Quality of Service management. Results: The Airlines Flight Operations Management System adaptation overall architecture is given and their components relationships are described. Discussion: The proposed new approach will allow to adapt the Airlines Flight Operations Management Systems’ architecture to functioning in a high degree of uncertainty and incomplete information conditions.
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