Creation of a transportable interactive user interface for improved AAA simulation computer program (P001).
Johns, Eric R.
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The Air Force Armament Laboratory AAA Simulation Computer Program and MICE II have been adapted for batch processing use on the Naval Postgraduate School IBM 3033 computer. To ease data entry and reduce errors, a preprocessor program (PIP) was written at the school. The modifications necessary to convert PIP from a batch program to an interactive one are described herein. This conversion to an interactive program has two goals: graphics capability and portability. The revised versions are designed in a manner that allows users to modify routines to meet their particular hardware and software. The graphics capability implements PIP using TEKTRONIX 4010 family hardware and PLOT-10 software. Derivative versions implement the program using the IBM 3277 graphics system and using strictly keyboard versions. In addition to PIP, a program for graphic design of scenario maps was developed.
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