Tactical motion analyzer (TMA).
McCorkle, Jack Woodward Jr.
Andrus, Alvin F.
Esary, James D.
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This thesis is a two player, microcomputer controlled, tactical motion analyzer (TMA) of unit movements. TMA is designed to be used in either a manual or computer driven wargame. Written in the computer language Pascal, implementation is designed for the APPLE II computer. The program is contained on two, 5 inch floppy diskettes. Specific unit characteristics are entered into the database by the users. Users may then analyze unit movements using time-step simulation, Data transfer between computers is done by the users physically exchanging diskettes. The game may be replayed or saved and continued at any time. The program logic and data manipulation are discussed in detail within the text of the thesis.
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