THE SYSTEM STRATEGIES ANALYSIS METHODS IN A RADIO ELECTRONIC CONFLICT BASED ON THE GAME THEORY
Keywords:expansion of spectrum of signal, design of conflicts, game theory.
AbstractThe article describes a methodical approach to the solution of actual problem of substantiation of composition and structure of electronic protection radio equipment, operating in conditions of intra-system interference and the effects of electronic countermeasures of the enemy. The application of models based on probabilistic - temporal approach, the theory of Markov chains that are the subject of a separate study in the design of radio communications equipment and the basis for evaluation of radio electronic situation. The conflict model of electronic communications systems and jamming devices built on the mathematical apparatus of game theory, comparing with the above, that most appropriate to the complexity of calculations and programming for automated systems evaluation electronic environment.
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