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Automated Intelligent Pilots for Combat Flight Simulation

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Automated Intelligent Pilots for Combat Flight Simulation
TacAir-Soar is an intelligent, rule-based system that generates believable human-like" behavior for military simulations. The innovation of the application is primarily a matter of scale and integration. The system is capable of executing most of the airborne missions that the United States military ies in xed-wing aircraft. It accomplishes this by integrating a wide variety of intelligent capabilities, including reasoning about interacting goals, reacting to rapid changes in real time or faster, communicating and coordinating with other agents including humans, maintaining situational awareness, and accepting new orders while in ight. The system is currently deployed at the Oceana Naval Air Station WISSARD, and its most dramatic use to date was in the Synthetic Theater Of War 1997, an operational training exercise consisting of 48 straight hours and approximately 700 xed-wing aircraft ights, all own by instances of the TacAir-Soar system. In 1992 we began development of a softwa...
Randolph M. Jones, John E. Laird, Paul E. Nielsen
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where AAAI
Authors Randolph M. Jones, John E. Laird, Paul E. Nielsen
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