Assessing the Small Satellites Resilience in Conditions of Anomalous Flight Situation
Alexander N. Pavlov, Dmitry A. Pavlov, Evgeny V. Kopkin, and Alexander Yu. Kulakov. Assessing the Small Satellites Resilience in Conditions of Anomalous Flight Situation // Artificial Intelligence Methods in Intelligent Algorithms. Proceedings of 8th Computer Science On-line Conference 2019, Vol. 2. P.253–265. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-19803-7_25
The analysis of the modern small satellite on-board systems resilience assessment methods while managing their configuration and reconfiguration under the conditions of predictable emergency flight situations has shown that in case of conditions of unpredictable emergency flight situations these methods are not acceptable. It should be noted that they are not acceptable in case of the design and creation of the on-board system completely differing in composition and structure from known on-board systems. This situation requires the development of conceptually new methodological foundations for assessing the resilience of the small satellite on-board systems, conducting an analysis of such an important feature as the structural resilience of the small satellite onboard systems configuration. The article presents possible ways of assessing the structural resilience of the small satellites on-board system configurations, reflecting the implementation of its own functions by the elements and subsystems of the small satellites on-board systems, as well as their participation in the technological operations of the small satellites control under various scenarios of the implementation of the flight program.
Keywords: small satellites, predictable and unpredictable disruptions, functional structural resilience, technological structural resilience.