INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OF DISTRIBUTION RESOURCES OF THE AUTOMATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OF MILITARY AND DOUBLE APPOINTMENT IN CONDITIONS OF INSUFFICIENCY OF INFORMATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERFERENCE-TARGET SITUATION
D.O. Krikunov, V.A. Malyshev
The article considers the information technology of resource allocation for an automated military and dual-use control system in conditions of insufficient information on the development of noise-target conditions. The unpredictability of future interference effects and the possible change in objectives, the insecurity of domestic resources, as well as other almost unpredictable impacts, are called disturbances. Information technology is represented by a structural model in the form of a tuple of models performing certain narrowly directed functions on interaction with disturbances. The first model, included in the tuple, is the information model of possible perturbations, the second model describes the connections of the set of disturbances to the input of the automated control system, the third model converts the input object (disturbance) into an output object (control action), the fourth describes the connection of the output of the automated system with the set of disturbances, and the fifth set of reactions of the automated system to the appearance of each perturbation. Based on the technology of resource allocation for an automated military and dual-purpose control system under conditions of insufficient information on the development of the noise-target situation, an algorithm for its implementation has been constructed, including the consecutive implementation of five phases. Dedicated models due to the invariance of system properties are applicable to the description of the process of resource management of an automated control system at all levels of its organization.
Keywords: resource allocation, models, information, technology, automation, control systems.