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Fitting Coefficient Setting Method for the Modified Point Mass Trajectory Model Using CMA-ES
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Fitting Coefficient Setting Method for the Modified Point Mass Trajectory Model Using CMA-ES
An, Seil; Lee, Kyo Bok; Kang, Tae Hyung;
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 Abstract
To make a firing table of artillery with trajectory simulation, a precise trajectory model which corresponds with real firing test is required. Recent 4-DOF modified point mass trajectory model is considered accurate as a theoretical model, but fitting coefficients are used in calculation to match with real firing test results. In this paper, modified point mass trajectory model is presented and method of setting ballistic coefficient is introduced by applying optimization algorithms. After comparing two different algorithms, Particle Swarm Optimization and Covariance Matrix Adaptation - Evolutionary Strategy, we found that using CMA-ES algorithm gives fine optimization result. This fitting coefficient setting method can be used to make trajectory simulation which is required for development of new projectiles in the future.
 Keywords
Trajectory Model;Optimization;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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