ininflueDeveloping Aerial Unmanned Effective Decision Makers


  • Sedrak V. Grigoryan Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems of NAS RA
  • Edward M. Pogossian Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems of NAS RA



Object detection, Decision making, Combinatorial problems, Expert knowledge


Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs, drones) and similar unmanned units are becoming more and more involved in various spheres, such as agriculture, emergency situations, battles, etc. however, in decision making there are still a lot they can be improved to avoid human direct involvement in those problems.
To advance in the problem we develop tools to make UAV autonomously effective decision makers, particularly, able to analyze properly given situations and then according to assigned goals select appropriate strategies to achieve the goals.
In the following work we aim to provide a solution for a single UAV which is able to discover units of interest, and select the target to track, manipulate or hit based on expert specified knowledge, as well as discuss further steps.


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How to Cite

Grigoryan, S. V., & Pogossian, E. M. (2022). ininflueDeveloping Aerial Unmanned Effective Decision Makers. Mathematical Problems of Computer Science, 58, 52–60.