Method of controlling a group of unmanned aircraft for searching and destruction of objects using artificial intelligence elements

The article develops a method of controlling a group of unmanned aerial vehicles to search for and destroy enemy objects.  The method is to recognize situations and adjust the actions of the group according to it.  The basis of the method is the use of an intelligent decision support system.  It provides situation recognition, using image recognition materials (intelligence materials), generalization of the obtained information and its comparison with the elements of the set of descriptions of typical situations.  The method of controlling a group of unmanned aerial vehicles to search for and destroy enemy objects is built according to the concept of multi-agent systems – intelligent agents – UAVs.  The information technology of processes of the method of control of a group of unmanned aerial vehicles according to the IDEF0 methodology is developed.      

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