Seaguard: a general purpose antiship missile defense computer simulation.
Callahan, Alexander Joseph
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SEAGUARD is an event store computer simulation of the antiship missile defense of a naval task force using surface to air and air to air missiles. It simulates the interaction between the antiship missiles and the defensive missiles of a task force at sea in a non- jamming environment. Using SEAGUARD, the military analyst can measure the relative effectiveness of alternative defensive dispositions or alternative forces. SEAGUARD was designed to be general in order to facilitate the analysis and avoid the use of a large or extremely detailed data base.
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