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Message from the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Aerospace Engineering

Message from the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in... Astrodynamics Vol. 3, No. 4, 285, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42064-019-0066-9 Message from the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Aerospace Engineering 1 1 2 Dario Izzo , Marcus M¨ artens , and Binfeng Pan 1. European Space Agency, the Netherlands 2. Northwestern Polytechnical University, China © Tsinghua University Press 2019 Dear authors and readers, Artificial intelligence (AI) has recently found many new applications in aerospace engineering, which range from long-term scheduling of space telescope observations to science planning for the Rosetta mission, from AI-based “astronaut assistant” in International Space Station to AI instrument equipped in the Mars rover Curiosity. The current perception is that methods and techniques developed within the AI research field have the potential to revolutionize almost every aspect of space exploration. It is thus very important for aerospace engineers to monitor the advances on the state-of-the-art methods available in the AI field and be aware of their proposed applications, owing to which, this special issue is organized. There are 7 papers collected in this special issue, which cover a wide range of areas. A survey on AI trends that have emerged in spacecraft guidance dynamics and control is made by Izzo, M¨ http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Astrodynamics Springer Journals

Message from the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Aerospace Engineering

Astrodynamics , Volume 3 (4): 1 – Dec 1, 2019

Message from the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Aerospace Engineering

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Astrodynamics Vol. 3, No. 4, 285, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42064-019-0066-9 Message from the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Aerospace Engineering 1 1 2 Dario Izzo , Marcus M¨ artens , and Binfeng Pan 1. European Space Agency, the Netherlands 2. Northwestern Polytechnical University, China © Tsinghua University Press 2019 Dear authors and readers, Artificial intelligence (AI) has recently found many new applications in...
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2019 Tsinghua University Press
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Astrodynamics Vol. 3, No. 4, 285, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1007/s42064-019-0066-9 Message from the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Aerospace Engineering 1 1 2 Dario Izzo , Marcus M¨ artens , and Binfeng Pan 1. European Space Agency, the Netherlands 2. Northwestern Polytechnical University, China © Tsinghua University Press 2019 Dear authors and readers, Artificial intelligence (AI) has recently found many new applications in aerospace engineering, which range from long-term scheduling of space telescope observations to science planning for the Rosetta mission, from AI-based “astronaut assistant” in International Space Station to AI instrument equipped in the Mars rover Curiosity. The current perception is that methods and techniques developed within the AI research field have the potential to revolutionize almost every aspect of space exploration. It is thus very important for aerospace engineers to monitor the advances on the state-of-the-art methods available in the AI field and be aware of their proposed applications, owing to which, this special issue is organized. There are 7 papers collected in this special issue, which cover a wide range of areas. A survey on AI trends that have emerged in spacecraft guidance dynamics and control is made by Izzo, M¨

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