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Real-time midcourse guidance with consideration of the impact condition
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 Title & Authors
Real-time midcourse guidance with consideration of the impact condition
Song, Eun-Jung; Joh, Mi-Ok;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study is to enhance neural-network guidance to consider the impact condition. The optimal impact condition in this study is defined as an head-on attack. Missile impact-angle error, which is a measure of the degree to which the missile is not steering for a head-on attack, can also have an influence on the final miss distance. Therefore midcourse guidance is used to navigate the missile, reducing the deviation angle from head on, given some constraints on the missile g performance. A coordinate transformation is introduced to simplify the three-dimensional guidance law and, consequently, to reduce training data. Computer simulation results show that the neural-network guidance law with the coordinate transformation reduces impact-angle errors effectively.
 Keywords
neural networks;optimal guidance law;impact-angle condition;
 Language
English
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