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Abstract

The quality of being able to operate safely (S, in Polish - bezpieczność) and the quality of being hazard-prone (Z, in Polish - zagrożeniowość, zagrażalność), Z being the opposite of S, are important properties of any maritime vessel and/or aircraft, i.e. any engineering system/device (UT). The rates WS and WZ considered in terms of probability and remaining within the [0, 1] interval are measures of these properties. High value of WS enables the engineering system/device (UT) to be operated with the possibly maximum safety. The sum of WS and WZ is one (unity), whereas the product thereof satisfies the following condition: WS x WZ ≤ 1. The derived equation of indeterminacy points out to the fact that any increase in the value of WS by subsequent increments ΔWs, which makes the WS approach the limit of unity, demands ever greater amount of power and abilities, i.e. energy (expenses).

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A system to support maintenance, approached with respect to particular maintenance actions. The modelling of a smart system to support maintenance of multi-role aircraft. Diagnostic- properties determining accomplishment of an air operation. A standard maintenance cycle. A maintenance programme targeted at the multi-role aircraft fleet.

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Combat missions of both a single multi-role aircraft and a group of aircraft. Scenarios of air operations. Probabilistic models of air-to-air and air-to-surface operations (AAO and ASO, respectively). Probability that air combat missions of the AA and AS types prove successful.

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Combat missions of both a single multi-role aircraft and a group of aircraft. Compatibility and readiness - properties determining accomplishment of an air operation. Scenarios of air operations. Models of air-to-air and air-to-surface operations (AAO and ASO, respectively). Computer modelling of air missions.

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Combat missions of both a single multi-role manned aircraft (MMRA) and a group of aircraft. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and operations thereof. Airspace for combat missions. Issues of UAV control. Scenarios of air operations with MMRA and UAVs engaged. The risk of collision in the airspace. Probability that flight routes overlap and hence, the risk of collision.