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Analysis of sequential exchanges between vulnerable forces

Description: A multi-stage and -step analysis of sequences of crises or exchanges shows that aggressiveness on one side can induce rapid counter-value strikes by the other as well and knowledge that opponents will later become less aggressive does not mitigate the tendency to strike early in crises.
Date: September 4, 1998
Creator: Canavan, G. H.
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Control of movement in an arbitrary polygonal terrain

Description: Efficient algorithms are presented for coordinated movement of semi-automated, computer-generated forces in a command hierarchy. At each level in the hierarchy, units move toward a goal, selected at a higher level, along paths which combine maintenance of a desired formation with minimization of a penalty integral -- some weighted combination of factors such as time, fuel, exposure, attrition, etc. Topics considered are the representation of terrain as a convex polygonal mesh, generalization of the A* pathfinding algorithm to a 2-D surface, fields of extremal paths, flexible formation templates, and synchronization and adaptive replanning.
Date: February 4, 1993
Creator: Cunningham, C. T.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department