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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 10)
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Optimal Deployment Problems of Radar Network

Shang Gao
Corresponding Author:  Shang Gao 

Key words:  Coordinate alternation method, genetic algorithm, golden section method, Monte Carlo method, target detection probability, ,
Vol. 6 , (10): 1879-1883
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November 20, 2012 January 14, 2013 July 20, 2013
Abstract:

The deployment problems of the radar sets are important in the air defense of the military. The target detection joint probability of several radar sets is studied. The optimum deployment models of circle, line and sector have been built up. The area of space, which is determined by the detection joint probability is more than 0.9, is got by the use of Monte Carlo method. The optimum deployments problems of the circle deployment, line deployment and sector deployment can be solved by entire enumerate method, golden section method and coordinate alternation method. On condition that the number of radar is less in the twice-ines deployment model it can be solved by combine entire enumerate method with coordinate alternation method. Contrarily, it can be solved by combining genetic algorithm with coordinate alternation method.
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Shang Gao, 2013. Optimal Deployment Problems of Radar Network.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(10): 1879-1883.
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