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  • Collaborative Predeparture Sequence  + ("the order that aircraft are planned to depart from their stands (push off blocks) taking into account partner's preferences.)
  • En-route airspace  + ("the volume of airspace outside terminal areas, where the climb, cruise and descent phases of flight take place and within which various types of air traffic services are provided.")
  • Exceptional conditions  + ((''ATFM'') A set of measures that are applied in the Tactical/Pre-tactical phase of [[Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management]] (ATFCM) in respect of an unusual event, such as a strike, aerodrome closure or low visibility.)
  • Arrival runway designator  + ((A group of alphanumeric characters used to identify)"the runway used for landing according to ICAO Annex 14".)
  • Active reflector  + ((Radar) A device used in primary radar sys
    (Radar) A device used in primary radar systems for geographical alignment and system performance checking. It generates a signal from a fixed installation with an artificial [[Doppler shift]], which ensures that a fixed target will be presented on a ATC screen after Moving Target Detection or [[Moving Target Indicator]] processing.
    or [[Moving Target Indicator]] processing.)
  • Clutter  + ((Radar) A general term used for interferin
    (Radar) A general term used for interfering reflections of radio energy in PSR from fixed or slow moving objects. There can be a number of different types of clutter: - Ground clutter (generally not moving); - Weather clutter (rain, snow, etc.); - Sea clutter; - Angel clutter (slow moving flocks of birds and anomalous propagation conditions).
    rds and anomalous propagation conditions).)
  • Chaining  + ((Reconstruction) 1. General. A process of
    (Reconstruction) 1. General. A process of linking together radar target reports (plots and tracks) and other information relating to one particular object. 2. SASS-C. All plots relating to the same target object are associated (chained) using the Object Correlator (OC). The chaining process allocates the same aircraft identity number to each plot which relates to one target object. Any plots which cannot be correlated to a target object are classified as unchained and are allocated a negative aircraft identification.
    ocated a negative aircraft identification.)
  • Chain  + ((Reconstruction) A set of objects (e.g., plots and track updates) which belong to the same target and are correlated in space and time. They are associated to each other via aircraft identifier fields by the SASS-C [[Chaining]] process.)
  • Confidence  + ((Track Analysis) Tracker provided value that indicates the certainty of a [[Track]] or [[Mode of Flight]].)
  • Input  + ((Track analysis) Plot information being input for the tracker.)
  • Ready to depart message  + ((a message) sent by ATC indicating to [[ETFMS]] that a flight can accept an improved [[CTOT]]. It can be sent from 15 minutes before [[EOBT]] until CTOT.)
  • Operational Reply Message  + ((a message) used by [[IFPS]] to indicate to a message originatorthe status of the processing of a submitted message.)
  • Rejected take-off  + ((aborted take-off) A planned takeoff that is discontinued for reasons such as conflicting traffic, aircraft malfunction, weather, or take-off surface obstacles.)
  • Dry-leased aircraft  + ((an aircraft used under a contractual leasing arrangement) that does not include a crew.)
  • Medium-range aircraft  + ((an aircraft) usually capable of flying between 2 224-5 556 kilometres (1 200-3 000 nautical miles) with a full payload at normal cruising conditions)
  • Lobing  + ((antenna pattern) A process whereby, due to interference of two waves, one direct and one reflected, differences in phases cause larger or smaller amplitudes than expected for free space, causing differences in signal amplitudes.)
  • Security  + ((aviation) Safeguarding civil aviation against [[acts of unlawful interference]]. This objective is achieved by a combination of measures and human and material resources.)
  • Rerouteing  + ((for ATFCM purposes) An [[ATFCM]] measure which requires an aircraft operator to file an alternate route/flight level in order to resolve ATC capacity problems and minimise delays.)
  • Hub airport  + ((general context) "any airport having nume
    (general context) "any airport having numerous inbound and outbound flights and a high percentage of connecting traffic". (context of scheduling and marketing) "an airport where many of its inbound and outbound schedules are coordinated with the aim of producing the most convenient connections and/or transshipment for passengers, freight and/or mail".
    ment for passengers, freight and/or mail".)
  • High-speed civil transport aircraft  + ((generally used to refer to) various future supersonic commercial transport aircraft under study.)
  • Data link  + ((in common channel signalling) "a combination of two data channels operating at the same data rate but in opposite directions")
  • Passenger load factor  + ((in the airline industry) the percentage of seats filled by fare-paying passengers.)
  • Expected detections  + ((plot analysis) expectation for Primary Ra
    (plot analysis) expectation for Primary Radar (PR) and/or [[secondary surveillance radar]] (SSR) detections for a target which is determined by using the following concepts : [[miss generation volume]]; terrain visibility; [[cone of silence]]; transponder existence on the target.
    ce]]; transponder existence on the target.)
  • Actual Ready Time  + ((the time)"When the aircraft is ready for start up/push back or taxi immediately after clearance delivery, meeting the requirements set by the TOBT definition")
  • Actual Start Boarding Time  + ((the) time (when) passengers are entering the bridge or bus to the aircraft)
  • Main track  + ((track analysis) A track which existed before and after a multiple track event, i.g. in an extra track event.)
  • Damp-leased aircraft  + ((used in some cases to refer to) a [[wet-leased aircraft]] that includes a cockpit crew but not cabin attendants.)
  • Military Mission Trajectory  + (...a 4D trajectory more complex than a civil business trajectory. (It) will usually consist of a transit to and from an airspace reservation with mission specific dimensions and characteristics)
  • Hazard  + (1) A condition or an object with the poten
    1) A condition or an object with the potential to cause injuries to personnel, damage to equipment or structures, loss of material, or reduction of the ability to perform a prescribed function 2) Any condition, event, or circumstance which could induce a harmful effect.
    tance which could induce a harmful effect.)
  • Standard Instrument Departure  + (1) A procedure by which a departure route
    1) A procedure by which a departure route is designated following the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). 2) A designated instrument flight rule (IFR) departure route linking the aerodrome or a specified runway of the aerodrome with a specified significant point, normally on a designated ATS route, at which the en-route phase of a flight commences.
    the en-route phase of a flight commences.)
  • Receiver autonomous integrity monitoring  + (1) A technique whereby a civil GNSS receiv
    1) A technique whereby a civil GNSS receiver / processor determines the integrity of the GNSS navigation signals without reference to senders or non-DoD integrity systems other than the receiver itself. This determination is achieved by consistency check among redundant pseudorange measurements. 2) A form of ABAS whereby a GNSS receiver processor determines the integrity of the GNSS navigation signals using only GPS signals or GPS signals augmented with altitude (baroaiding). This determination is achieved by a consistency check among redundant pseudo-range measurements.
    among redundant pseudo-range measurements.)
  • Cost-benefit analysis  + (1) An evaluation method that provides a lo
    1) An evaluation method that provides a logical and consistent framework for assessing a particular option or options. A CBA gives an indication of the total economic welfare effects of a project by comparing all costs and benefits. 2) A formal discipline used to help appraise, or assess, the case for a project or proposal. This is achieved by weighing the total expected costs against the total expected benefits of one or more actions in order to choose the best or most profitable option.
    choose the best or most profitable option.)
  • Runway incursion  + (1) Any occurrence at an aerodrome involvin
    1) Any occurrence at an aerodrome involving the incorrect presence of an aircraft, vehicle or person on the protected area of a surface designated for the landing and take-off of aircraft. 2) Any unauthorised presence on a runway of aircraft, vehicle, person or object where an avoiding action was required to prevent a collision with an aircraft.
    d to prevent a collision with an aircraft.)
  • Air service  + (1) Any scheduled air service performed by aircraft for the public transport of passengers, mail or cargo. 2) a flight or a series of flights carrying passengers, cargo or mail for remuneration or hire.)
  • Airport operator  + (1) The holder of the airport certificate, or the person in charge of such airport, whether as employee, agent or representative of the holder of such certificate. 2) An air transport undertaking operating a commercial airport.)
  • Airspace management  + (1) The process by which airspace options a
    1) The process by which airspace options are selected and applied to meet the needs of the ATM community. 2) A planning function with the primary objective of maximizing the utilization of available airspace by dynamic time-sharing and, at times, the segregation of airspace among various categories of users based on short-term needs.
    gories of users based on short-term needs.)
  • Warning time  + (1) The time interval between potential threat or threat detection and closest approach when neither aircraft accelerates. 2) The amount of time between the first indication of an alert to the controller and the predicted hazardous situation.)
  • System-Wide Information Management  + (1) [SWIM consists of] standards, infrastru
    1) [SWIM consists of] standards, infrastructure and governance enabling the management of ATM information and its exchange between qualified parties via interoperable services. 2) A distributed processing environment which replaces data level interoperability and closely coupled interfaces with an open, flexible, modular and secure data architecture totally transparent to users and their applications.
    ansparent to users and their applications.)
  • Air Traffic Flow Management  + (1) a function established with the objecti
    1) a function established with the objective of contributing to a safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic by ensuring that ATC capacity is utilised to the maximum extent possible, and that the traffic volume is compatible with the capacities declared by the appropriate air traffic service providers 2) A service established with the objective of contributing to a safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic by ensuring that ATC capacity is utilized to the maximum extent possible, and that the traffic volume is compatible with the capacities declared by the appropriate ATS authority.
    declared by the appropriate ATS authority.)
  • Track  + (1. A target report resulting from the cor
    1. A target report resulting from the correlation, by a special algorithm (tracking) of a succession of radar reported positions for one aircraft. The report normally contains smoothed position and speed vector information. 2. The locus of positions grouped over time which defines the path of an aircraft in flight as referenced to a desired coordinate system (e.g., slant range (range, azimuth), geographical or Cartesian (range-x, range-y, range-z)).
    or Cartesian (range-x, range-y, range-z)).)
  • Information model  + (1. a representation of a domain object mo
    1. a representation of a domain object model according to its information aspect. In other words, it is a model of the information about the concepts in the universe of discourse, relevant to the architecture effort. 2. An ”architectural product” that represents the structure of information- e.g. a logical or physical data model.
    on- e.g. a logical or physical data model.)
  • Estimated Time of Arrival  + (1. (''SESAR'') the time computed by the FM
    1. (''SESAR'') the time computed by the FMS for the flight arriving at a point related to the destination airport 2. (''ICAO'') For IFR flights, the time at which it is estimated that the aircraft will arrive over that designated point, defined by reference to navigation aids, from which it is intended that an instrument approach procedure will be commenced, or, if no navigation aid is associated with the aerodrome, the time at which the aircraft will arrive over the aerodrome. For VFR flights, the time at which it is estimated that the aircraft will arrive over the aerodrome.
    e aircraft will arrive over the aerodrome.)
  • Alert  + (1. (EUROCONTROL) Indication of an actual o
    1. (EUROCONTROL) Indication of an actual or potential hazardous situation that requires particular attention or action. 2. (ICAO) An indication provided to other aircraft systems or annunciation to the pilot to identify that an operating parameter of a navigation system is out of tolerance.
    f a navigation system is out of tolerance.)
  • Benchmark  + (1. (IT-related) "A test that uses a repres
    1. (IT-related) "A test that uses a representative set of programs and data designed to evaluate the performance of computer hardware and software in a given configuration." 2. (general) "Reference point or standard against which performance or achievement can be assessed. A benchmark often refers to an intermediate target to measure progress within a given period as well as to the performance of other comparable organizational entities."
    other comparable organizational entities.")
  • Leading edge  + (1. (Surveillance) "Front edge of a pulse." 2. (aircraft) "The forward edge of an aerofoil or other body moving through the air.")
  • Trailing edge  + (1. (Surveillance) "Outline of pulse as amp
    1. (Surveillance) "Outline of pulse as amplitude falls from peak to zero or minimum positive value." 2. (Aircraft) The rear edge of an airfoil.The trailing edge is normally thin and sharp. The ailerons are normally located on the trailing edge of the wing.
    located on the trailing edge of the wing.)
  • Validation  + (1. (quality management) Confirmation, thro
    1. (quality management) Confirmation, through the provision of objective evidence, that the requirements for a specific intended use or application have been fulfilled (ISO 9000*). 2. (system) The process of determining whether the requirements for a system or component are complete and correct , the product of each development phase fulfil the requirements or conditions imposed by the previous phase , and the final system or component complies with specified requirements.
    nent complies with specified requirements.)
  • Coverage  + (1. (radio-navigation) The coverage provide
    1. (radio-navigation) The coverage provided by a radio-navigation system is that surface area or space volume in which the signals are adequate to permit the user to determine position to a specified level of accuracy. Coverage is influenced by system geometry, signal power levels, receiver sensitivity, atmospheric noise conditions and other factors which affect signal availability. 2. (general) "feature that acts as a function to return values from its range for any direct position within its spatial, temporal, or spatiotemporal domain. EXAMPLE: Examples include a raster image, polygon overlay or digital elevation matrix. NOTE: In other words, a coverage is a feature that has multiple values for each attribute type, where each direct position within the geometric representation of the feature has a single value for each attribute type."
    s a single value for each attribute type.")
  • Cash flow  + (1. (related to organisations) "The movement of cash and cash equivalents into and out of the organisation." 2. (project-related) "the difference between the cash inflows and outflows related to the project during the time horizon in which they occur.")
  • Resolution  + (1. (surveillance) Ability of a system to distinguish between two or more targets in close proximity to each other both in range and bearing (azimuth). 2. (AIS) A number of units or digits to which a measured or calculated value is expressed and used.)