Vectored Intercept Model (VIM): an open ocean submarine versus submarine search and detection simulation
Haskell, Richard Davies
Andrus, Alvin F.
Bedow, Robert J.
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A simulation model for the open ocean submarine versus submarine search and detection problem is presented. The objective of the simulation is to estimate the probability with which a nuclear powered attack submarine will achieve sonar detection of a nuclear powered transiting submarine using a search plan based on external intelligence. A detailed description of the model and its use are included along with a typical analysis.
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