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Research on Control of Aircraft Trajectory in Simulating Game Scene Based on the Double Euler Method

Liu Hua Qun and Shu Hou
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This study firstly described how to solve the singular problem for aircraft in game scene by using the upside-down relationship between digest and singular zones of Positive Eulerian system and negative Eulerian system Secondly, it took use of the piecewise cubic spline interpolation to simulate the aircraft trajectory and then through comprehensive two algorithms to control the aircraft in flight, the experimental data has proven that the method proposed in this study can simulate game scene control aircraft flight path. Finally, we made the following conclusions, the dual Euler can make more accurate flight simulation based on the attitude angle but also can improve the accuracy of the Euler equations, which can meet the needs of quick response of different aircraft the great scene in the large-scale three-dimensional scene games.

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Liu Hua Qun and Shu Hou , 2013. Research on Control of Aircraft Trajectory in Simulating Game Scene Based on the Double Euler Method. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 2868-2875.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.2868.2875


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