2nd Seminar Papers

All papers and presentations can be downloaded and distributed free of charge. Please use the following publication reference: FAA/EUROCONTROL (Editors): Proceedings of the USA/FAA Air Traffic Management R&D Seminar 1998. ISSN 2406-4068.

Accepted Papers

Paper ID Title Paper Theme
39 Dependability Analysesand Assessment of ARTAS
Authors: SylvainMetge, Alain Peytavin  
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40 Weather AvoidancePlanning and Collaborative Routing Decisions
Author: Art Shantz  
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41 The Passive FinalApproach Spacing Tool (FAST) Human Factors Operational Assessment
Authors: Katharine K. LEE, Beverly D.SANFORD  
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42 In depth Evaluationof ERATO Tools: Towards an Operational Prototype
Author: Marcel LEROUX  
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43 AirlineArrival Prioritization in Sequencing and Scheduling
Authors: Greg CARR, Heinz ERZBERGER, Frank NEUMAN  
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44 Operational Conceptfor FAA Interfacility TFM Collaborative Decision Making
Authors: Laurel CARLSON, Lowell RHODES  
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45 Terminal Routes UsingSpeed-control Techniques (TRUST). Initial Simulation Results
Authors: D.R BARKER, S.P. CHASE, S.C. MOHLEJI  
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46 Operational Conceptfor a Departure Wake Vortex Monitoring System
Author: Thimothy J. DASEY  
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47 Air Traffic byStochastic Optimization
Authors: SofianeOUSSEDIK, mailto:delahaye@cmapx.polytechnique.fr, Daniel DELAHAYE  
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48 Empirical Test ofConflict Probability Estimation
Author: Russel A.PAIELLI  
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49 Mantea DepartureSequencer: Increasing Airport Capacity by Planning Optimal Departure Sequences
Authors: Henk HESSELINK, Niels BASJES  
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50 En Route ATM:Decision Support Tool Computer-Human Interface Requirements Development
Author: Maria C. PICARDI  
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51 Airspace Complexityand its application in Air Traffic Management
Authors: Banavar SRIDHAR, Kapil SHETH, Gano CHATTERJI  
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52 Future Area ControlTools Support (FACTS)
Author: Peter WHYSALL  
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53 Final Approach SpacingTool (FAST)
Authors: Peter WHYSALL, Colin SMITH  
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54 User RequestEvaluation Tool (URET) Interfacility Conflict Probe Performance Assessment
Authors: William ARTHUR, Michael P. McLAUGHLIN  
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55 SupportingCollaboration in ATC through Flight Contracts
Authors: HélèneUNINSKI, Stéphane SIRE, Stéphane CHATTY  
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56 Evaluating the economicimpacts of ATM Innovations on Commercial air Carrier Operations
Authors: Eric M.GAIER, Peter F. KOSTIUK  
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57 An Integrated Safetyand Operational Analysis Methodology for Air Traffic Systems
Authors: Peter F. KOSTIUK, Stephan KOLITZ  
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58 Using Inter-Process toExpand Modeling Capabilities
Authors: Diana LIANG, Steve BRADFORD, Stephane MONDOLONI  
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59 CNS/ATM Enhancements inthe NAS: Potential Benefits to Users and the Environment
Authors: Diana LIANG, mailto:David.Chin@faa.dot.gov, Joe SMITH, Donna MIDDLETON  
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60 Theeffect of Direct Routing on ATC Capacity
Author: Adrian MAGILL  
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61 Data Flow Analysis andOptimisation Potential from Gate-to-Gate
Authors: Matthias POPPE, Georg F. BOLZ  
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62 Assessing Benefits forAirborne Flight Planners as Part of the Future NAS
Authors: HUGHES Monica, CRISP Vicki, LIANG Diana, Donna Middleton  
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63 A Set of Approximateand Compatible Models for Airport Strategic Planning on Airside and on Landside
Authors: Luca RIGHI, Lorenzo BRUNETTA, Amadeo ODONI, Kostas ZOGRAFOS, Miltos STAMATOPOULOS  
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64 The Initial PreferredIFR Route Restructuring Effort of the FAA
Author: Laurence M.GORDON  
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65 Conflict ProbeOperational Evaluation and Benefits Assessment
Authors: Karol KERNS, Alvin L. McFARLAND  
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66 Sensitivity of SystemPerformance Metric to Changes in AFTM Operations
Authors: Lee BROWN, Michelle BLUCHER, Steve BRADFORD  
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67 Impact of airTraffic Management on Airspace User Economic Performance
Authors: William K.MacReynolds, Joseph SINNOTT  
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68 Capacity-RelatedBenefits of Proposed CNS/ATM Technologies
Author: Tara J. WEIDNER  
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69 Methods andMeasurements for Evaluation of ATM Tools in Real-Time Simulations and FieldTests
Author: Fred SCHICK  
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70 Application of GenericMetrics to Assess the Accuracy of Strategic Conflict Probes
Authors: Mary LeeCALE, Mike PAGLIONE, Robert OAKS, Dominic TIMOTEO  
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71 National AirspaceCapacity Estimate
Authors: Alfred B.COCANOWER, William VOSS  
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72 Modeling an AirlineOperations Control Center
Authors: Nicolas PUJET, Eric FERON  
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73 A Probabilistic RiskAssessment based methodology to assess advanced ATM on safety
Authors: Henk BLOM, Peter BLANKER, Mariken EVERDIJ  
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74 Growing Pains ofMajor European Airports Case Study: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Authors: Hans OFFERMAN, Marcel BAKKER  
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75 ATM Performance Reviewin Europe
Author: Xavier FRON  
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76 PreliminaryEvaluation of Flight Delay Propagation Through an Airline Schedule
Authors: Roger BEATTY, Rose HSU, Lee BERRY, James ROME  
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77 The Tactical Load Smoother Tool for Multi-Sector Planning
Authors: Colin MECKIFF, Jean-Pierre NICOLAON, Renaud CHONE  
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78 Investigation of Improved Information Distribution for the Realisation of Collaborative Decision Making
Authors: Peter MARTIN, Alison HUDGELL, Nicolas BOUGE, Sophie VIAL  
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79 ATC/Air Carrier Collaborative Arrival Planning: Data Sharing and User Preference Tools
Authors: Cheryl QUINN, Richard E. ZELENKA  
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80 European and USA Operational Concepts for 2000-2010: A Framework for Comparison
Author: R.A. McCULLOCH  
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81 Air Traffic Management Capacity-Driven Operational Concept Through 2015
Authors: Aslaug HARALDSDOTTIR, Robert A. SCHWAB, Monica S. ALCABIN  
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82 FACES: a Free Flight Autonomous and Coordinate Embarked Solver
Authors: Jean-Marc ALLIOT, Nicolas DURAND, Géraud GRANGER  
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83 Achieving Early CDTI Capability with ADS-B
Authors: Andrew D. ZEITLIN, Jonathan HAMMER, James CIEPLAK, Oscar A. OLMOS  
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84 Operational Assessment of Co-operative ASAS Applications
Authors: Béatrice BONNEMAISON, Francis CASAUX, Thierry MIQUEL  
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85 On the Applicability of Free-Flight Mode in European Airspace
Authors: Pierre FAURE, Vu DUONG  
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86 Self-Separation from Air, Ground and Airline Perspective
Authors: R.C.J. RUIGROK, Sandra LOZITO  
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87 The Effect of Shared Information on Pilot /Controller situation Awareness and Re-Route Negotiation
Authors: John HANSMAN, Todd FARLEY, Mica ENDSLEY, Keith ADMONLIRDVIMAN, L. VIGEANT-LANGLOIS  
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88 Structuring Hazard Criteria for Automated Separation Assurance
Author: Robert SIMPSON  
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89 The ESCAPADE Project (use of Downlinked Aircraft Parameters)
Authors: Bruno FAVENNEC, Pascal SALEMBIER  
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90 Observations of Departure Processes at Logan Airport to support the development of departure Planning Tools
Authors: Husni IDRIS, Bertrand DELCAIRE, William D. HALL, Ioannis ANAGNOSTAKIS, John R. HANSMAN, Amadeo R. ODONI, John-Paul CLARKE  
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