An investigation of the APAIR acoustic detection model
Goodman, Craig W.
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The subject of this thesis is an investigation of the effect of using the lambda-sigma jump process in the acoustic detection component of APAIR. A computer simulation was developed which is similar to the sonobuoy field versus submarine engagement model found in APAIR, the Navy's general ASW model. This simulation was then modified to incorporate the lambda-sigma jump process and the effect of this modification is discussed. In order to check the structural validity of the simulation models, results that were obtained by using them are compared to results that were obtained by using an analytical model called the random search model.
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