Radar Burst Control Based on Constrained Ordinal Optimization Under Guidance Quality Constraints
Radar burst control has come into use in order to improve the survivability of combat aircraft and ensure operational effectiveness in the increasingly harsh electronic warfare environment. The critical factor in radar burst control is the radar burst timing. In this paper, a novel method is proposed to determine the optimal timing based on constrained ordinal optimization. Taking the combat effectiveness of air-to-air missile as the constraint condition, the constrained ordinal optimization method is applied to the radar burst detection of hybrid control. The optimal burst timing can be selected quickly and efficiently while making the combat effectiveness maximized. Simulation results indicate that the proposed method can significantly improve the searching efficiency of the optimal radar burst timing.
KeywordsRadar optimal burst timing Hybrid control Constrained ordinal optimization Operational effectiveness
This research was supported by The Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities under grant No. 3102016CG002.
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