Chemical munition decision methods for the Vector-in-Commander Combat Simulation
Glasow, Jerry A.
Parry, Samuel H.
Mansager, Bard K.
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This thesis develops decision logic for the employment of chemical artillery munitions for use in the U .S. Army's Vector-in-Commander (VIC) Combat Simulation. There are three parts to this thesis. The first part uses VIC 's "current state" decision methodology to produce an immediately usable improvement to VIC. This part can be used to write the code necessary for incorporation into VIC . The second part uses the "future state" Generalized Value System (GVS) decision methodology . The third part is a stand alone document which identifies, explains, and contrasts the theoretical "underpinnings" of the VIC decision methodology and the GVS decision methodology.
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