An analysis of the satellite kinematics model in the naval warfare gaming system
Shudde, Rex H.
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The satellite kinematics model in the Naval Wargaming System (NWGS) is described and critiqued. Suggestions are made for simplifying the existing computer code and for increasing the accuracy of the satellite simulation.
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