Optimization and Dynamics #1
- Ruaraidh Mackenzie (ESOC)
- Stijn Lemmens (European Space Agency)
- Christina Jetzschmann (Airbus DS Bremen)
Trajectory design and optimization; new mathematical methods and principles; multi-objective optimization; local and global optimization techniques; stability; dynamic systems theory; dynamical models; space flight mechanics mathematical foundations;
The observation of celestial bodies other than Earth can without any doubt benefit from Earth observation satellites. This study, conducted for the latter, can easily be applied to Phobos for example, as part of the MMX (Martian Moons Explorer) project.
Earth observation satellites realize several acquisitions, which are linked together through an acquisition plan. The calculation time needed...
In order to solve non-linear multiobjective optimization problems, one usually solves multiple scalarized subproblems. This provides a discrete approximation of the Pareto front which gives useful information for the decision maker who, in praxis, has to select one single solution. If the desired solution is not part of the precomputed discrete approximation one needs to apply interpolation...