Distributed microcomputer airborne tactical system.
Linhares, Tuxaua Plinio Barcelos de
Kodres, Uno R.
Powers, V. Michael
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An airborne tactical system composed of three distributed microcomputers is described. An extrapolation technique using the method of orthogonal polynomials is presented to solve the ballistics problem. In order to test the performance of distributed microcomputers for real time military applications/ a simplified airborne tactical system, utilizing two microcomputers working in parallel, is implemented. The motivation for this research is the reduction of cost that would result from the use of microcomputers in such systems.
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