Validation and analysis of the Enhanced Naval Warfare Gaming System release 2 cruise missile model
Cashin, David F.
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This thesis is an analysis of the cruise missile targeting and engagement models in the Enhanced Naval Warfare Gaming System (ENWGS) release 2. Flow charts derived directly from the computer code are included. The purpose of this thesis is to analyze the computer code to determine its realism in modeling actual cruise missile engagements and to provide the ENWGS users with insight to the factors affecting cruise missile engagements in the game. Modifications to the Enhanced Naval Warfare Gaming System are proposed. Recommendations are also included for Game Directors using the game.
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