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The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
The results of a simulation study intended to determine the circumstances under which it is beneficial to operate a data base management system with a multi-processor backend are presented. The basic concept of backend data base management systems and multi-processor backend systems are provided as background material. The general structure of the simulation model which has been implemented in GPSS is outlined. The results of the study indicate that the amount of CPU activity required by the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Maryanski,Fred J, KANSAS STATE UNIV MANHATTAN DEPT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
We present a molecular dynamics computer simulation method for calculating equilibrium constants for the formation of physical clusters of molecules. The method is based on Hill's formal theory of physical clusters. In the method, a molecular dynamics calculation is used to calculate the average potential energy of a cluster of molecules as a function of temperature, and the equilibrium constants are calculated from the integral of the energy with respect to reciprocal temperature. The method...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Swope,William C, CALIFORNIA UNIV SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA DEPT OF CHEMISTRY, *COMPUTERIZED...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
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New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
New computer simulation technology makes possible widespread and effective use of naval warfare simulations. These are very useful and economical as a way to enhance naval warfare training and to develop and evaluate tactics. This report addresses some possible ways for the Navy to manage development and acquisition of large-scale naval warfare simulations. Roles and responsibilities need to be clarified. Present management systems work adequately for acquisition of computer hardware management...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rhees,Thomas R, DECISIONS AND DESIGNS INC MCLEAN VA, *COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION,...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
The Integrated Simulation Evaluation Model Prototype (ISEM-P) is a computer program that simulates the basic planning activities and decision-making procedures involved in the Air Force Manpower and Personnel System (AFMPS). It embodies a dynamic modular representation of the AFMPS in which aggregate manpower planning, training program management, detailed personnel assignment scheduling, and actual personnel flows are characterized as integrated, interdependent activities that control the...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Rueter,Frederick H, CONSAD RESEARCH CORP PITTSBURGH PA, *MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
A numerical method is described by which theoretical formulas governing the propagation of symmetric and antisymmetric waves in elastic plate theory may be evaluated. Vital to evaluating the formulas is the availability of a means for solving transcendental equations. A generalized iterative rootfinder that was developed for this purpose is described. This rootfinder provides the investigator having access to computing facilities with a reliable means for solving transcendental equations....
Topics: DTIC Archive, Ruggiero,C M, NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC, *ELASTIC PROPERTIES, *WAVE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
Superpower pulse generators are fast establishing themselves internationally as candidates for employment in a wide variety of military applications including electronic warfare and jamming, high energy beam weapons, and nuclear weapons effects simulation. Unfortunately, existing multimegajoule pulse power generators such as AURORA do not satisfy many Department of Defense goals for field-adaptable weapon systems-for example, repetition (rep) rate operation, high reliability, long life, ease of...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Stewart, Alexander G, HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD, *POWER EQUIPMENT, *PULSE...
In an operational environment characterized by interactive complexity, emergence, and near constant change, this report examines whether agent-based or game-theoretic capability can improve the military decision-making process by providing additional rigor, speed, or flexibility during tactical US Army wargaming. The report considers methodologies to improve analysis of the human domain, identifies frameworks for modeling such a capability, and compares them against current Army wargaming...
Topics: DTIC Archive, James,Alex, ARMY RESEARCH LAB ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND MD ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, War...
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The unique principles of quantum mechanics may one day enable computers to perform operations that would be impossible on a classical computer. Although no one knows whether it will be possible to build a large-scale, functional, and stable quantum computer, researchers can study quantum-mechanical systems and develop algorithms and circuits by simulating quantum systems in software. Performance and memory bottlenecks prevent most current quantum computer simulators from being able to simulate...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Fischer,James E, Naval Postgraduate School Monterey United States, PARALLEL...
The ability to securely disseminate data in a timely manner is critical to military missions within a hostile environment. Tactical wireless sensor networks (WSN) consist of power-constrained devices spread throughout a region-of-interest to provide data extraction in real time. In this thesis, we develop cyber security mechanisms to be implemented on a tactical WSN using the 6LoWPAN protocol for use by the United States Marine Corps (USMC). Specifically, we develop an architectural framework...
Topics: DTIC Archive, Courtney,David W, NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA MONTEREY United States,...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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The Terminal Access Control System (TACS) is designed to make efficient usage of 25-kHz-wide satellite transponder channels, such as those available on FLEETSAT, GAPSAT, LEASAT. It does so by applying time division multiple access and automated demand assignment techniques to these channels, allowing a significant increase in both data throughput and supportable user population, as compared to the initial, single network per transponder FLEETSAT operating mode. The Terminal Technology Group of...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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An examination was made of the utilization of the effective moment parameter, that has been used for many years, in relation to a recently devised procedure that involves the concept of an effective angle of attack for the nonlinear motion history being analyzed. This procedure provides an approximate direct relationship between an effective moment parameter measurement and its parent nonlinear moment curve, for a large family of nonlinearities. Both the additional use of the effective moment...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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Solar parameters derived from the region analysis program at the NOAA Space Environment Services Center (SESC) are submitted to a multivariate discriminant analysis (MVDA) in which the parameters relevant to flare prediction are identified and incorporated in a classification procedure to produce a flare forecast. The analysis uses two years of data (6095 solar active region-days). The MVDA forecast is compared with a subjective forecast derived from the SESC forecast during the same period,...
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From July through September 1975, a series of ship motion simulation experiments was conducted using the ONR Motion Generator at Human Factors Research, Inc., Goleta, California. The motions were based on the mathematical model for the 2000 ton surface effect ship (2000T-SES). Nineteen volunteer human research subjects, selected at different times from 600 naval enlisted recruits, briefed on NAMRL Detachment research, were exposed to several motion profiles. These subjects were extensively...
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From July through September 1975, a series of ship motion simulation experiments was conducted using the ONR Motion Generator at Human Factors Research, Inc., Goleta, California. The motions were based on the mathematical model for the 2000 ton surface effect ship (2000T-SES). Nineteen volunteer human research subjects, selected at different times from 600 naval enlisted recruits, briefed on NAMRL Detachment research, were exposed to several motion profiles. These subjects were extensively...
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From July through September 1975, a series of ship motion simulation experiments was conducted using the ONR Motion Generator at Human Factors Research, Inc., Goleta, California. The motions were based on the mathematical model for the 2000 ton surface effect ship (2000T-SES). Nineteen volunteer human research subjects, selected at different times from 600 naval enlisted recruits, briefed on NAMRL Detachment research, were exposed to several motion profiles. These subjects were extensively...
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From July through September 1975, a series of ship motion simulation experiments was conducted using the ONR Motion Generator at Human Factors Research, Inc., Goleta, California. The motions were based on the mathematical model for the 2000 ton surface effect ship (2000T-SES). Nineteen volunteer human research subjects, selected at different times from 600 naval enlisted recruits, briefed on NAMRL Detachment research, were exposed to several motion profiles. These subjects were extensively...
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From July through September 1975, a series of ship motion simulation experiments was conducted using the ONR Motion Generator at Human Factors Research, Inc., Goleta, California. The motions were based on the mathematical model for the 2000 ton surface effect ship (2000T-SES). Nineteen volunteer human research subjects, selected at different times from 600 naval enlisted recruits, briefed on NAMRL Detachment research, were exposed to several motion profiles. These subjects were extensively...
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From July through September 1975, a series of ship motion simulation experiments was conducted using the ONR Motion Generator at Human Factors Research, Inc., Goleta, California. The motions were based on the mathematical model for the 2000 ton surface effect ship (2000T-SES). Nineteen volunteer human research subjects, selected at different times from 600 naval enlisted recruits, briefed on NAMRL Detachment research, were exposed to several motion profiles. These subjects were extensively...
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From July through September 1975, a series of ship motion simulation experiments was conducted using the ONR Motion Generator at Human Factors Research, Inc., Goleta, California. The motions were based on the mathematical model for the 2000 ton surface effect ship (2000T-SES). Nineteen volunteer human research subjects, selected at different times from 600 naval enlisted recruits, briefed on NAMRL Detachment research, were exposed to several motion profiles. These subjects were extensively...
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From July through September 1975, a series of ship motion simulation experiments was conducted using the ONR Motion Generator at Human Factors Research, Inc., Goleta, California. The motions were based on the mathematical model for the 2000 ton surface effect ship (2000T-SES). Nineteen volunteer human research subjects, selected at different times from 600 naval enlisted recruits, briefed on NAMRL Detachment research, were exposed to several motion profiles. These subjects were extensively...
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