Decoy effectiveness in a multiple ship environment.
Rockower, Edward B.
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The primary objective of this project is to estimate the effectiveness of decoys against incoming missile attacks in a multiple-ship battle group (BG) environment. In this problem, we allow the number of ships, number of decoys, and the values of ships to vary. We also vary the values of the hard kill probabilities, the splash probabilities of decoyed missiles, probabilities that a missile's lock is broken by seduction decoys and the quality factor of the distraction decoys. When an Antiship Cruise Missile (ASCM) attacks a BG, it may hit a ship, it may get shot down, or it may get diverted. If it gets diverted it may lock onto a neighboring friendly ship. The measure of effectiveness is the probability that all ships survive the missile attack. Keywords: Ship defense systems; Battle group level organizations; Guided missile countermeasures; Theses. (EDC)
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