counting is hard
On my desk is a novel written by one of my favorite authors. It has a black cover with an image that appears to be the x-ray of a starfish. There are two-hundred and forty three pages in the book,
I mentioned this paper in the Flight Test Safety Fact 19-12 in the limited survey of AI in Flight Test. The authors have generously agreed to share it here. From the authors: This paper proposes an application of machine-learning methods
As far back as 1994, Flight Test Safety intersected with Artificial Intelligence (AI). As you can see above, that year the US Navy at Pax River published a paper titled “The Use of Genetic Algorithms for Flight Test and Evaluation
The Society of Experimental Test Pilot’s (SETP) 2019 Symposium included a presentation based on a paper by SETP’s Roger Hehr. It highlights two very relevant topics. First, it discusses unmanned flight test, which is becoming increasingly more important almost daily.