A real-time simulation of a human-controlled, command-guided, air-to-surface missile system.
Erb, Robert Stephen
Demetry, James S.
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This paper investigates the feasibility of an air-to-surface missile delivery system employing impact prediction to assist a human operator in controlling the system. The impact prediction information was used to drive a display which the operator used in controlling the flight of the weapon. It was desired to find whether the impact prediction proved useful in weapons control.
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