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Pang Z.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Li H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Yu L.,Chinese Naval Aeronautical Engineering Academy | He H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Li M.,Air Defence Forces Academy
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2015

This paper aims to study the principles of man–machine interface design which are expected to give significant theoretical guidance on humanized man– machine interface of the military hardware. It is an important constituent of the military hardware design and an essential aspect for improvement of service life of the military hardware. It adopts man–machine–environment system engineering theory and practical experience in combination of definition, classification and composition of man–machine interface to make this research a creative approach by integration of theory and practice. In accordance with the general requirements of humanized design, the man–machine interface design should follow man-oriented principle, safety principle, high effectiveness principle, economic efficiency principle, comfortableness principle and unity principle. Thus, the concrete design principles proposed in this paper are of great significance to 'two adaptation approaches' and the whole service life of the military hardware, and further promote the development of the military hardware. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015.


Qian Y.-K.,PLA University of Science and Technology | Qian Y.-K.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Chen M.,PLA University of Science and Technology | Ye L.-X.,Air Defence Forces Academy | And 3 more authors.
Ruan Jian Xue Bao/Journal of Software | Year: 2012

Network anomaly detection is very important in order to guarantee the reliable operation of network. Existing methods only utilize temporal correlation or spatial correlation of network traffic individually. Aiming at this deficiency, this paper considers the spatio-temporal correlation of traffic matrix together and puts forward a network-wide anomaly detection method based on MSPCA. The method utilizes the multiscale modeling ability of wavelet transform and dimensionality reduction ability comprehensively to model normal network traffic, and then analyzes residual traffic using Shewart and EWMA control charts. In addition, the MSPCA anomaly detection method is extended to online MSPCA anomaly detection method through applying gliding window mechanism. Real Internet measurement data analyses and simulation experiment analyses show that the detection performance of MSPCA algorithm is superior to PCA algorithm and KLE algorithm proposed recently. Analyses also show that the detection performance of online MSPCA algorithm is close to MSPCA algorithm, and the single step execution time of online MSPCA algorithm is very short, which can fully meet the need of real-time detection. © 2012 ISCAS.


Jin C.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Pang Z.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Hou R.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Qi G.,Air Defence Forces Academy | And 2 more authors.
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2016

Purpose The importance of acoustic detection technology used in reconnaissance warning equipments of future air defense operation is described through analysis. Method The characteristics of acoustic detection technology and acoustic detection equipments are described. The future trend of development of acoustic detection technology is also discussed. Result Acoustic detection technology has broad research spaces and prospects in the research and development of space weapons. It plays a very important role when used in reconnaissance warning equipments. Conclusion Study on acoustic detection technology and equipments is urgently needed to be strengthened. It is one of the effective ways to enhance early warning capability in future air defense operation. © Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2016.


Zhang S.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Lu B.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Sun Y.,Zhengzhou Power Supply Company | Li H.,Air Defence Forces Academy
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2016

It is fairly challenging for the CPLA forces to minimize the gap between military training and real combat. Building of training field of complex electromagnetic environment is the precondition to polish the competency of combat command of commanding officers of various levels and that of real combat of units of various levels under complex electromagnetic conditions. In the article, building complex electromagnetic environment scientifically to attune to the needs of real combat, building training field combining real-plus-virtual training environment to attune to the needs of military training, building the comprehensive military drill platform for units by strengthening four attributes of training field are discussed. It is of some guiding significance for units to build training field of complex electromagnetic environment. © Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2016.


Pang Z.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Li H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Zhao H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Zou K.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Jin C.,Air Defence Forces Academy
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2014

Aiming at effects of human in the performance, the influences to the performance are analyzed and researched from physiological and psychological two aspects in this paper. In terms of physiological factors, it is researched form five aspects: physical characteristics, auditory function, balance function, visual function, and physiological fatigue; in physiology respect, factors that effect the performance are dissected form three aspects: intelligence factors, will quality, and mental fatigue. Two categories of factors impacting on performance was positioned from the theoretical level, and all of these discussions provide certain reference values to select operators scientifically and quantize specific measures to improve the performance. © 2014 Springer-Verlag.


Jin C.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Pang Z.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Wang X.,Unit 73151 of PLA | Luo Z.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Yin Q.,Air Defence Forces Academy
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2015

Peer assessment software is useful as part of mutual assessment in military training to enhance the overall training level. We conducted experiments to obtain a scoring algorithm and the relevant weight on which the software should be developed to score each trainee. The basic algorithm and software procedure contribute to the final scoring of each trainee. By employing a large amount of experimental data, the algorithm and software may provide an accurate method for peer assessment in military training. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015.


Yang R.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Li Z.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Kang M.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Sun X.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Zhu H.,Air Defence Forces Academy
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2015

[Purpose] Based on the status quo of ammunition storage in the army, this paper starts with studies on influence of humiture, to explore countermeasures of high-quality ammunition storage. [Method] It finds out various factors influencing ammunition storage environment, followed by an analysis of how those factors function, and points out that humiture is the primary one that leads to ammunition quality decrease. [Result] Through studies, it obtains a favorable humiture range for ammunition storage. [Conclusion] In accordance with the guiding principle of solving key problem by grasping principal contradiction, this paper combines the functional mechanism of the primary factor, puts forward countermeasures of humiture influences, and affords army units references to improve ammunition storage quality. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015.


Pang Z.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Yang R.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Jin C.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Li H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Li C.,Air Defence Forces Academy
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2015

Objectives, inspire advisor’s enthusiasm on graduate student training, improve advisor’s integrated quality in order to improve the quality of graduate level training. Methodology, combine factors from both student and advisor for advisor evaluation and construction of evaluation model. Results, constructed graduate student’s capability and advisor’s quality-based evaluation model, through analysis from both student and advisor. Conclusion, advisor is the key point to guarantee graduate student training, it’s more comprehensive, reasonably and accurately to use student capability and advisor quality-based method on advisor evaluation, so that to enhance the level of advisor team. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015.


Li H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Lu H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Kang M.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Luo J.,Air Defence Forces Academy
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2015

Modern air raid operations are featured by large scale, high intensity and diversified aircraft platforms with complex jammers of strong jamming capability, various jamming methods and broad jamming frequency spectrum. It is actually fairly difficult to make judgment on the threat of air raid targets, as there are many factors that need to be taken into account. This paper analyzes the main factors that may affect the jamming threat of air raid targets, and sets up the analytical model of jamming threat of air raid target by joining altogether nine factors of platform and radar in accordance with multi-attribute decision theory. The model is then applied in the calculation of three jammers and the result agrees fundamentally with the actual situation, therefore providing an effective approach to the jamming threat judgment for land-based air defense operations. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015.


Liu H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Gu H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Hu H.,Air Defence Forces Academy | Yin Q.,Air Defence Forces Academy
Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering | Year: 2015

A simulation method that uses discrete event simulation for availability evaluation of antiaircraft gun weapon systems is presented based on the distribution characteristic of the RMS time of antiaircraft gun weapon systems. The simulation method can overcome the disadvantages of the analytic method, and can evaluate the availability of complex weapon systems, while RMS time follows any distribution. In the example, the availability of the antiaircraft gun weapon system is evaluated based on the simulation method presented in this paper. The example illuminated that the method is effective for availability evaluation of antiaircraft gun weapon systems. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015.

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