A review of literature on the theory of hit and kill probabilities
Denney, Steve Henry
Taylor, James G.
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Literature concerning the theory of hit and kill probabilities is readily available but is widely scattered. The paper presents a consolidation and a categorization of current literature and provides a general discussion of representative models in the field of hit and kill probabilities. A literature research matrix is presented to aid the researcher in locating existing models which meet his requirements.
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