An On-Line Simulation of ASW in a Multi-Burst nuclear Environment
McMichael, David Lee
Cotton, Mitchell L.
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A general approach is documented as a guide to aid in the formulation and implementation of on- line, real time computer simulations. A computer program MULNUC1, is developed as an on-line, real time computer simulation of antisubmarine warfare in a multiple burst nuclear environment. The principals of the game are a submarine armed with torpedoes, and two destroyers equipped with stand-off antisubmarine weapons. The simulation is intended as a demonstration of the on-line capabilities of the United States Naval Postgraduate School computer system and as a tool for further study of the factors involved in a representative ASW operational environment.
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