Justification of the architecture of an interactive information model of the process of space-mission vehicle launch preparation

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The article presents a solution of the problem of substantiating the architecture of an interactive information model for the launch preparation of an integrated launch vehicle (ILV). The relevance of the research is due to the complexity and high dynamics of the ILV launch preparation process, as well as the latest achievements in the field of information modeling and decision support theory. The aim of the research is to raise the situational awareness of the decision maker in managing the process of preparing ILV for launch. The process of formation of situational awareness as an integral part of the decision-making process is analyzed. On the basis of this analysis a model of an indicator of the effectiveness of situational awareness formation is proposed for the first time. A model for evaluating the effectiveness of the process under study is developed on the basis of the mathematical apparatus of the theory of continuous-time Markov chains. The results of numerical experiments confirming the adequacy of the model and making it possible to state the quantitative requirements for the process of formation of situational awareness, ensuring its maximum efficiency, are presented. The tasks of the information system aimed at satisfying the requirements are stated, and the architecture of the information model of the ILV launch preparation process is developed. The research results can be used to justify the quantitative requirements for the developed information models of the launch situation at the stage of development of technical specifications.

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A. E. Privalov

Mozhaisky Military Space Academy

Author for correspondence.
Email: cerebrum203@yandex.ru

Candidate of Science (Engineering)
Senior Lecturer of the Department of Management of Organizational and Technical Systems for Space Purpose

Russian Federation

P. Yu. Bugaichenko

Mozhaisky Military Space Academy

Email: pavel_bugaichenko@rambler.ru

Candidate of Science (Military)
Lecturer of the Department of Management of Organizational and Technical Systems for Space Purpose

Russian Federation


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