His scientific interests lie mostly in Air traffic control, Simulation, Operations research, Aviation and Transport engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Monte Carlo method and Electronic speed control. In the field of Simulation, his study on Flight test overlaps with subjects such as Area navigation.
In his papers, John-Paul Clarke integrates diverse fields, such as Operations research and Schedule. His Aviation research incorporates elements of Noise control, Scheduling and Airplane. John-Paul Clarke usually deals with Transport engineering and limits it to topics linked to National Airspace System and Fuel efficiency, Jet fuel and Commercial aviation.
Air traffic control, Operations research, Simulation, Transport engineering and Aviation are his primary areas of study. The Air traffic control study which covers Trajectory that intersects with Optimal control, Descent and Mathematical optimization. His Operations research study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Air traffic flow management, Queueing theory and Air transportation system.
The various areas that John-Paul Clarke examines in his Simulation study include Noise control, Noise, Separation and Monte Carlo method. His study in Transport engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both National Airspace System and Scheduling. His Aviation study incorporates themes from Aeronautics, Noise reduction and Operations management.
His main research concerns Operations research, Air traffic control, Trajectory, Control theory and Mathematical optimization. His research integrates issues of Aviation, Lagrangian decomposition and Process in his study of Operations research. His Aviation study focuses on National Airspace System in particular.
His Air traffic control research includes themes of Climb and Control theory. His work deals with themes such as Simulation and Descent, which intersect with Trajectory. John-Paul Clarke combines subjects such as Noise control and Stochastic process with his study of Mathematical optimization.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Transport engineering, Optimal control, Control theory, Cruise and Trajectory optimization. His Transport engineering research incorporates elements of Climb, Safety constraints and Air traffic control. His Optimal control research includes themes of Boundary, Initial approach fix, Trajectory and Descent.
His Control theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Simulation and Noise.
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Planning for Robust Airline Operations: Optimizing Aircraft Routings and Flight Departure Times to Minimize Passenger Disruptions
Shan Lan;John-Paul Clarke;Cynthia Barnhart.
Continuous Descent Approach: Design and Flight Test for Louisville International Airport
John-Paul B. Clarke;Nhut T. Ho;Liling Ren;John A. Brown.
Journal of Aircraft (2004)
Queuing Model for Taxi-Out Time Estimation
Husni Idris;John-Paul Clarke;Rani Bhuva;Laura Kang.
Air traffic control quarterly (2002)
Optimization of R&D project portfolios under endogenous uncertainty
Senay Solak;John-Paul B. Clarke;Ellis L. Johnson;Earl R. Barnes.
European Journal of Operational Research (2010)
System for assessing Aviation's Global Emissions (SAGE), Part 1: Model description and inventory results
Brian Y. Kim;Gregg G. Fleming;Joosung J. Lee;Ian A. Waitz.
Transportation Research Part D-transport and Environment (2007)
An Optimization Approach to Airline Integrated Recovery
Jon D. Petersen;Gustaf Sölveling;John-Paul Clarke;Ellis L. Johnson.
Transportation Science (2012)
Runway Operations Planning and Control: Sequencing and Scheduling
Ioannis Anagnostakis;John-Paul Clarke;Dietmar Bohme;Uwe Volckers.
Journal of Aircraft (2001)
Identification of flow constraint and control points in departure operations at airport systems
Husni Idris;Bertrand Delcaire;Ioannis Anagnostakis;William Hall.
Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference and Exhibit (1998)
A mixed integer program for flight-level assignment and speed control for conflict resolution
Adan Vela;Senay Solak;William Singhose;John-Paul Clarke.
conference on decision and control (2009)
Observations of Departure Processes at Logan Airport to Support the Development of Departure Planning Tools
Husni R. Idris;Ioannis Anagnostakis;Bertrand Delcaire;R. John Hansman.
Air traffic control quarterly (1999)
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