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卫星有效载荷的规划与调度II
Alternative TitlePlanning and Scheduling of Payload for Satellite
刘 洋; 代树武; 孙辉先; 北京8701信箱
Department空间综合电子技术研究室
Source Publication航天控制
2004
Volume22Issue:5Pages:73-76
ISSN1006-3242
Language中文
Keyword规划与调度 卫星 资源约束
Abstract卫星有效载荷的规划与调度要求是指卫星根据自身资源情况合理安排各个载荷的工作状态,在满足各种资源约束的条件下实现资源的优化配置.有效载荷的规划与调度可以归结为典型的资源受限的规划与调度问题.本文以对地观测卫星的有效载荷系统为例,分析了卫星的资源特点和载荷的工作特性,在此基础上提出了一种有效载荷规划与调度的方法.仿真实例表明了算法的可行性.
Other AbstractPlanning and scheduling of payload for satellite is to arrange the working modes of payloads under the limited resource on satellite so as to optimize the scheme of resource. Planning and scheduling of payload for satellite actually belongs to classical planning and scheduling problem of limited resource. In the paper,based on the analysis of satellite's f unction and payload's resource constraint,a planning and scheduling method for earth observation satellite is proposed.Simulation results show the feasibility of algorithm.
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Funding Project中国科学院空间科学与应用研究中心
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nssc.ac.cn/handle/122/797
Collection空间技术部
Corresponding Author北京8701信箱
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刘 洋,代树武,孙辉先,等. 卫星有效载荷的规划与调度II[J]. 航天控制,2004,22(5):73-76.
APA 刘 洋,代树武,孙辉先,&北京8701信箱.(2004).卫星有效载荷的规划与调度II.航天控制,22(5),73-76.
MLA 刘 洋,et al."卫星有效载荷的规划与调度II".航天控制 22.5(2004):73-76.
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