Removal of the assumption of cellular targets in computing damage aggregation to an area target from a Salvo of N Weapons
Russak, I. Bert
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In the computation of damage aggregation to an area target from a salvo of N weapons, the assumption of a cellular target (i.e., a target composed entirely of cells) is often made. This assumption together with the implicit associated assumption of weapon strikes only at the center of those cells constitutes a significant simplification to the real-world model with potentially significant errors in the computation. It is the purpose of this paper to eliminate the assumption of cellular targets.
NPS Report NumberNPS-MA-98-001
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