2019 : Optimum partition in flight route anomaly detection

Dr.techn. Ir. Raden Venantius Hari Ginardi M.Sc


Abstract

Anomaly detection of flight route can be analyzed with the availability of flight data set. Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS-B) is the data set used. The parameters used are timestamp, latitude, longitude, and speed. The purpose of the research is to determine the optimum area for anomaly detection through real time approach. The methods used are: a) clustering and cluster validity analysis; and b) False Identification Rate (FIR). The results archieved are four steps, ie: a) Build segments based on waypoints; b) Partition area based on 3-Dimension features P1 and P2; c) grouping; and d) Measurement of cluster validity. The optimum partition is generated by calculating the minimum percentage of FIR. The results achieved are: i) there are five partitions, ie:(n/2, n/3, n/4, n/5) and ii) optimal partition of each 3D, that is: for P1 was five partitions and the P2 feature was four partitions.