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Someone help : air collision detection system (programming)

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I have to write codes for the following, theres suppose to be three threads running at the same time... if you guys cant write code, then can u please direct me to some websites where i can find some coding help...

You will simulate air traffic by continuously updating the position of each aircraft. You may assume that aircrafts arrive within your surveillance area with a constant arrival rate  and that their course and speed remain constant. Airplanes travel at speeds between 100 and 1000 knots. Once an aircraft leaves your surveillance area, you are no longer responsible for it. You will implement three different surveillance algorithms which run in O(n2), O(n log2n) and O(n log n), respectively.

1. Simulate the arrival at, travel thru and departure of aircraft from your area of surveillance.

2. Implement the straightforward closest pair algorithm which runs in O(n2).

3. Implement an improved closest pair algorithm which runs in O(n log2n).

4. Implement the fastest closest pair algorithm which runs in O(n logn).

5. Implement the concurrent air trac simulation and surveillance.
Sep 4 '06 #1
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Sounds like a homework/course work question to me, you should make an attempt at it yourself, we can then help you with any problems you are having.

While I am more then capable of programming I know nothing about air colision detection algorithms and TBH I have neither the time or inclination to find out about them.
Sep 4 '06 #2

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