Accession Number : ADP006329
Title : Advanced Satellite Workstation (ASW),
Corporate Author : AEROSPACE CORP SUNNYVALE CA
Personal Author(s) : Bleier, T. ; Hollander, S. ; Sutton, S.
Report Date : SEP 1991
Pagination or Media Count : 8
Abstract : The Advanced Satellite Workstation (ASW) was proposed and started by the author in 1986 as a low level independent research and development effort. Its goal was to evaluate the utility of expert systems in military satellite testing operations. It quickly became apparent, however, that the rule base was too limited. This project's goal was then modified to capture as much of the factory and flight experience as possible in an electronic, updateable medium. The resulting electronic library would then permit much deeper insight into the satellite's operation and more confidence in understanding and expanding the expert system rule base. The first on-line demonstration was done during June 1990 in one of the Air Force's Mission Control Centers, and evaluations of ASW are currently underway. Preliminary results are very encouraging.
Descriptors : ARTIFICIAL SATELLITES, DEMONSTRATIONS, ELECTRONICS, EXPERT SYSTEMS, FLIGHT, LIBRARIES, LOW LEVEL, MILITARY APPLICATIONS, MILITARY OPERATIONS, MILITARY SATELLITES, ONLINE SYSTEMS, OPERATION, TEST METHODS, WORK STATIONS.
Subject Categories : Unmanned Spacecraft
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE