Systems analysis for the interactive simulation with graphical displays to support simulation of tactical alternative responses (STAR)
Coker, George Sansing
Forinash, David Ralph
Parry, Samuel H.
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A systems analysis of a computer system to support the STAR war gaming model is presented. The was game is described and the user's objectives are defined. Four conceptual methods for implementing the user's objectives are presented and a preferred solution is chosen. The characteristics of the preferred solution that are necessary to meet the user's objectives are described. Further software needed to implement the objectives is briefly discussed. The code for the current model is analyzed and a summary presented. Conclusions from this systems analysis are derived and future research areas are identified.
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