An allocation model for attacking defended target complexes with imperfect attackers
Howard, Gilbert Thoreau
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A model is presented for the attack of two defended target complexes with a fixed force of imperfect missiles. The attackers will be directed first at the defensive system then at the targets themselves. The imperfect defenders are used against the attackers on a one-for-one basis as long as defenders remain. If any attacker penetrates the defensive system, all the defenders at that target complex are destroyed. The problem addressed is the offensive problem of determining how many attackers to send to each defensive system and to each target complex. The necessary mathematical relationships are derived and used to solve a sample problem. (Author)
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