A computer graphics simulation of the endgame in aircraft combat survivability.
Lee, Yeong Man
Ball, Robert E.
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A comprehensive computer graphics program was designed for students of the Naval Postgraduate School to assess the vulnerability of air targets to externally detonating missile warheads. This computer simulation program was written in the C language and runs on the IBM PC/AT or compatible. It illustrates the endgame phase of a typical air defense scenario and provides the students the capability to comprehend the dynamic situation.
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