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Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology 2015;18(6):797-807.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.9766/KIMST.2015.18.6.797   
A Study on the Optimal Allocation of Korea Air and Missile Defense System using a Genetic Algorithm
Seunghwan Yunn, Suhwan Kim
12nd Battalion, 212nd Regiment, 52nd Division
2Department of Military Operations and Research, Korea National Defense University
유전자 알고리즘을 이용한 한국형 미사일 방어체계 최적 배치에 관한 연구
윤승환, 김수환
152사단 212연대 2대대 작전과
2국방대학교 군사운영분석과
The low-altitude PAC-2 Patriot missile system is the backbone of ROK air defense for intercepting enemy aircraft. Currently there is no missile interceptor which can defend against the relatively high velocity ballistic missile from North Korea which may carry nuclear, biological or chemical warheads. For ballistic missile defense, Korea's air defense systems are being evaluated. In attempting to intercept ballistic missiles at high altitude the most effective means is through a multi-layered missile defense system. The missile defense problem has been studied considering a single interception system or any additional capability. In this study, we seek to establish a mathematical model that's available for multi-layered missile defense and minimize total interception fail probability and proposes a solution based on genetic algorithms. We perform computational tests to evaluate the relative speed and solution of our GA algorithm in comparison with the commercial optimization tool GAMS.
Key Words: Set Covering, Genetic Algorithm, Air and Missile Defense


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