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Evaluating conflict resolution algorithms in the air-traffic domain is a challenging task. These algorithms are usually tested using a pair of aircraft or a limited number of geometries involving multiple aircraft. Our previous work demonstrated the use of evolutionary computation for risk assessment of air-traffic conflict detection algorithms using a red-teaming (or playing the devil) approach. This paper extends our previous work to conflict resolution and investigate the effect of symmetry in the representation on the performance of the evolutionary operators.
Date of Conference: 18-21 May 2009