A Task Scheduling Algorithm for Phased Array Radar Based on Dynamic Three-way Decision
Li, B., Tian, L., Chen, D. and Han, Y. (2019). A Task Scheduling Algorithm for Phased Array Radar Based on Dynamic Three-way Decision. Sensors. 20 (1).
|Authors||Li, B., Tian, L., Chen, D. and Han, Y.|
The time resource management of phased array radars is the key to fulfill their performance, such as how phased array radar can efficiently and reasonably schedule tasks under limited resources. Therefore, this paper proposes a task scheduling algorithm for phased array radar based on dynamic three-way decision. The algorithm introduces three-way decision into the scheduling algorithm and divides the target into three threat areas according to the threat degree, i.e., threat area, non-threat area and potential threat area. Different threat domains are assigned different weights and combine the working mode and the task deadline to carry out comprehensive priority planning, so that the radar can reasonably allocate time according to the difference of the target threat level and the threat area in the tracking stage. In addition, an improved adaptive threshold algorithm is proposed to obtain a dynamic three-way decision to achieve the adaptation of the algorithm. A set of performance indicators have been defined to evaluate the algorithm. The relevant experiments have demonstrated the proposed algorithm can effectively improve the processing capability of phased array radars when dealing with high threat targets.
|Keywords||Comprehensive priority; Phased array radar; Three-way decision; Task scheduling|
|Journal citation||20 (1)|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.3390/s20010153|
|25 Dec 2019|
|Publication process dates|
|Accepted||23 Dec 2019|
|Deposited||23 Dec 2019|
|Accepted author manuscript|
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