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Ensuring stealth of marine robots



Full text article ( in russian)

Year

 
2018

Issue

 
386

Volume

 
4

Pages

 
191-202

Caption

 
Ensuring stealth of marine robots

Authors

 
Malyshev O.V., Khoroshev V.G., Eiduk V.I.

Keywords

 
marine robotic systems, stealth, stealth parameters

DOI

 
10.24937/2542-2324-2018-4-386-191-202

Summary

 
Object and purpose of research.This paper discusses marine robotic systems. The purpose of the study is to work out the methods that would ensure stealth of these systems, which is a pre-requisite for improving their operational efficiency
Subject matter and methodsThis work is based on system-approach methodology and continues previous studies, analyzing possible ways to follow in ensuring stealth of marine objects
Main results.The paper discusses capabilities of modern hardware for detection and engagement of marine robots, identifies operational peculiarities of marine robotic systems that make it necessary to develop stealth requirements for their elements, as well as suggests a classification of performance parameters for marine robots taking into account their stealth, and also suggests appropriate structure for the mathematical models designed to give an idea on how to perform stealth assessments of marine robots, how much their operational efficiency is stealth-dependent and what criteria to use for this assessment. The study also proposes formulations for stealth requirements to marine robotic systems, as well as recommends optimal stealth assessment procedure for marine robots so as to make them compliant with requirements. It identifies key challenges to solve in stealth design of marine robotics that would make these systems more efficient.
Conclusion.The results of this work can be used as basis for theoretical studies on achievable stealth of new marine robots, as well as for development of stealth requirements to their elements and the ways to meet them, so as to ensure high operational efficiency of these systems.

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