Chapter 4 - Adaptive Scheduling Techniques

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This chapter presents two techniques for the adaptive scheduling of a multifunction radar. The optimal assignment scheduler (OAS) is a noninterleaving technique that schedules beams to minimize the maximum delay and accumulated delay for tracking tasks. Performance is compared to the time-balancing scheduler. The two-slope benefit function scheduler is also presented. This technique schedules looks to maximize the total benefit, and it is shown that the resulting maximization is equivalent to a linear program which can be solved efficiently using the simplex method. Scheduler performance is compared to that of the Orman scheduler.

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