PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Josef Shinar (Deceased)
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No of theses 12
Department Aerospace Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Zilberman Gady 1998 PhD Solution of a Multi-Stage Game with Asymmetrical Information Pattern for Application in Pursuit-Evasion Problems
Shima Tal 2001 PhD Abstracts End-Game Guidance against a Highly Maneuvering Target
Lipman Yeshaya 1996 PhD Analysis of Anti Missile Defense Scenarios by Using a Linear Model
Saraf Yaakov 1999 MSc Ship Defense Scenarios Against a Highly Maneuverable Anti- Ship Missiles
Yakov Yaron 1996 MSc A Tactical Real Time Air to Air Interception Guidance
Avrashi Sharon 1997 MSc Identification of Maneuvering Strategy in An Air to Air Missile-Aircraft Encounter Using An Adaptive Multiple Model Estimator
Kentor Lea 1991 MSc A Computational Method for Automated Construction and
Wetzler Michael 1990 MSc Extended Guidance Law for the Design of a Future Guided
Melamed Nahum 1988 MSc Feasibility of Heliosynchronous Orbit Keeping
Siegel Aron 1990 MSc Application of A.i. Techniques in Air-to-Air Duel Games
Turgeman Michael 1992 MSc Analysis of the Vertical Maneuvering in Optimal Missil
Tabak Russel 1991 MSc Optimal Evasion of An Aircraft from a Coasting Proportional