A computer simulation of ASW interactions.
Griffin, Charles Donald, Jr.
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The model presented in this thesis is a computer simulation model of ASW interactions between a formation of high, value group ships, protected by some screening ships, and some penetrating submarines. The model is designed for use as an aid in improving the ability of a proposed screening tactic in the detection of a penetrating submarine. A systematic procedure to improve a screen's effectiveness against a known submarine threat is demonstrated, and an example problem is worked using this procedure.
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