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The effects of target location uncertainty upon weapon system evaluation

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
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The effects of target location uncertainty upon weapon system evaluation by Terry Lee DePhillips Download PDF EPUB FB2

English The thesis examines the influence of target location error upon small arms weapons system evaluation. The adequacy of the diffuse target approximation is examined by comparison with tabulated results for a salvo of N- rounds of small arms fire.

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Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name:. miles of uncertainty, the P k of a UAV assuming perfect knowledge of the SAM location rises to When the uncertainty rises to about four miles, the P k rises to When the UAV takes uncertainty into account, the results are not much better.

Assuming that the SAM may be at one of three possible locations, the result is an average P k of. The Weapon Focus Effect in Target‐Present and Target‐Absent Line‐Ups: The Roles of Threat, Novelty, and Timing Curt A.

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A The effects of target location uncertainty upon weapon system evaluation book system is the basic unit of military operation.

Generally speaking, it is difficult to directly judge whether the weapon system is good or not. The reasons are as follows: (1) A weapon system is large, complex, multi-level, multi-factor and multi-hierarchy. It. This guide discusses how to set the target uncertainty for process development and for applied or fundamental research using information about the smallest difference or system.

Target Location. The target location is defined by coordinates. Coordinates are "linear or angular quantities which designate the position that a point occupies in a given reference frame or system." With advancements in systems, the traditional role (previously used only as a "cueing" device to get weapon systems into the proper area) of.

Proficiency or agreement evaluation criterion 11 Proficiency tests 11 Magnitude of studied trends 12 Information from a different scope 14 6 Variation of target uncertainty with the quantity value 15 7 Comparison of the estimated uncertainty with the target uncertainty 16 relevant random and systematic effects.

The Need for Uncertainty Evaluation. Evaluating and Expressing Measurement Uncertainty Procedures for Evaluating Uncertainty. random effects. and. systematic effects.

in the measurement measured result and the target value. For example, one of the two definitions of bias stated in ANSI N system (GPS) receivers, aerial imagery, and digitization methods, the coordinates still have uncertainty associated with them.

In addition, for privacy and sample integrity effects of uncertainty in plot locations on model-based estimates decrease as the uncertainty in plot location decreases, as registration errors decrease, as the size of.

When performing uncertainty analysis, it is important to consider what factors influence uncertainty. By treating the measurement process as a system and evaluating that system on a holistic level, it is easier to identify the influences and interactions that affect uncertainty in measurement results.

Firing unit Muscle Applies the weapon settings and fire commands transmitted by the FDC in order to deliver rounds when and where the observer has requested. The Forward Observer and Target Location The FO’s capability to provide effective fire support depends upon. Uncertainty is defined as, “something that is uncertain or that causes one to feel uncertain.” Risk is defined as, “the effects of uncertainty.” Given these definitions, it’s clear why an organization must start by defining the uncertainty within its processes, before attempting to identify the effects of that uncertainty or its risks.

FIGURE (a) The estimated number of total fatalities (deaths due to prompt effects, plus acute and latent effects from fallout) from attacks with a 10 kiloton earth-penetrator weapon (EPW) at 3 meters’ depth of burst and a kiloton surface burst on notional target A (30 kilometers northwest of target A).

Martin, O. et al. “Dispelling urban myths about default uncertainty factors in chemical risk assessment –sufficient protection against mixture effects?”.

Environmental Health (published online J ). Weil, C.S. “Statistics vs safety factors and scientific judgment in the evaluation of safety for man.

An uncertainty analysis was undertaken to quantify the uncertainty associated with the additional losses incurred by rerouting water to achieve environmental benefits along the Campaspe River (Lowe et al., b).The analysis considered uncertainty due to measurement of streamflow, and the metering or estimation of water extractions.

The total expected monthly losses are shown using a boxplot. Setting and Using Target Uncertainty in Chemical Measurement Contents. The Eurachem/CITAC Measurement uncertainty and traceability working group has prepared this Guide to as part of a sequence of guidelines that aims at promoting the production of measurement results that are traceable to an adequate reference and are reported with reliable and sufficiently low uncertainty for the.

Abstract. We describe an examination of various physical and human factors which influence the effectiveness of location-based applications. By varying both the target location size and position system accuracy, and hence the ease of use of an application, we are able to identify physical constraints which apply as well as quantifying performance and evaluating human factors.

Washington, D.C., Decem - The SAC [Strategic Air Command] Atomic Weapons Requirements Study forproduced in June and published today for the first time by the National Security Archiveprovides the most comprehensive and detailed list of nuclear targets and target systems that has ever been far as can be told, no.

felt that a user-friendly handbook together with a spreadsheet based upon the principles laid down in the Guide would satisfy the need for a modern method of uncertainty estimation in the field of oil and gas measurement.

First revision was published in A revision to include comments from users and to get a more flexible and up to date. The term assault weapon is controversial. In state and federal gun laws, it generally refers to specific semiautomatic firearm models that are designed to fire a high volume of ammunition in a controlled way or that have specified design features, such as folding stocks or pistol grips (for differences in definitions across states, see the state implementation section on this page).

[1]. Additional sources of uncertainty listed in Chapter 4 include the hardness of the target, the effects of the accuracy of weapons delivery (circular error probable, CEP), and details of fallout assessment (e.g., the relationship between amount of radioactivity and size for particles in the fallout).

A 3D video analysis system recorded the location of two markers installed on the fencing master's shoulder and sword. facing long distance throws and the effect of uncertainty on these. weapon{target allocation. He has published a book on math- In this paper, the e ect of model uncertainty in bearings-only target motion analysis performance is investigated.

Bearings-only target motion analysis (TMA) is vital to a The use of a passive system means that target range is not explicitly available. Start studying Conduct Target Analysis Relative To CAS - Understand Air-to-Ground Weapons and Effects - Parts 1 & 2.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Using target measurement uncertainty to determine fitness Based upon this risk, an acceptable probability of success or failure of a decision of compliance can be decided upon.

The probable measurand concentration range and the tolerance for making an incorrect decision of compliance is. examples of effects classified as minimal (Table 1).

Neurological / neurobehavioral effects. The nervous system has been recognized as a target of toxicity for many chemicals. In recent years, an effort has been made to detect early signs of toxic effects, and many. Effect Uncertainty.

Once you've figured out what might happen, effect uncertainty comes into play. It refers to when you can't figure out how outside environmental events might affect your business either now or in the future.

If you run an outdoor event business, effect uncertainty occurs when you know it's going to rain but you don't know if.

The measurement uncertainty U itself is the half-width of that interval and is always non-negative. Here and in the lecture the capital U is used to denote a generic uncertainty estimate. The symbol U is picked on purpose, because expanded uncertainty (generally denoted by capital U) fits very well with the usage of uncertainty in this section.

Develop and deliver new and improved capabilities that will provide highly lethal effects on a wide spectrum of stationary or moving complex target sets (personnel and vehicles), where their exact position has high uncertainty. Provide greater range. Computation of the overall uncertainty for a measurement system consisting of a chain of components or several instruments Let R is a known function of the n independent variables x i1, x i2, x i3,x iL.

locations via electronic or other means, duplication of any material in this paper for a fee or for commercial purposes, or modification of the content of the paper are prohibited. Effect of environmental prediction uncertainty on target detection and tracking Lawrence D.

Stone* and Bryan R. Osborn. In our article, The Real Effects of Uncertainty on Merger Activity, forthcoming in the Review of Financial Studies, we suggest acquirers face a reality not unlike our hypothetical car buyer, and as a result defer acquisitions when uncertainty is high.

While the bidder and target agree to the terms of the deal up front, in our sample it takes an. targets. For point targets, the challenge is to extract the target from a complex and cluttered background.

For fully imaged targets (images of tanks, for example), the contrast between target and background is a critical parameter. The ability to detect dim targets, either point or extended, is a measure of the system.

9; target ID, target Location, CATCODE, target description, functional characteristics, target significance, critical target elements, target expectation statement, soucrcing 5 types of target lists - Candidate Target List: A list of entities which have met intermediate target development criteria and are being vetted and validated.

The Effects of Uncertainty on Human Performance in a Multi-Stage Decision Task. Laios, L. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 8, 4,Jul How decision performance was affected by various amounts of input uncertainty in a laboratory scheduling task.

(Author). missiles or, using the ITAS far-target location (FTL) enhancement, direct other fires to destroy them. The FTL enhancement consists of a position attitude determination subsystem (PADS) that provides the gunner with his own Global Positioning System (GPS) location and a digit grid location to his target through the use of differential GPS.

Finally, Part Five looks at the effects of the terrorist attacks on the U.S. public health system, at the potential role of compensation policy for losses incurred by terrorism, and at the possible long-term effects of terrorism and counterterrorism on American values, laws, and society.

For example, uncertainty reduction improves sensitivity by reducing the effects of noise or distractor stimuli through foreknowledge of the target location [16, 18, 20]. The results of this study may be explained by uncertainty reduction as the paradigm we have used reduced spatial uncertainty through attentional cueing, and because we.system imposes an acceptable tax burden that can be accurately determined, and which keeps tax compliance and tax administration costs in check.

This chapter seeks to assist countries in understanding the bottlenecks within their current tax system and to propose changes to improve the efficiency of the system. It does not support the warfighter; it creates the warfighter.

This transformation occurs when a checked-out pilot starts the engine. At that point, the pilot is in control of the weapon system and its warfighting capability. The pilot is now the warfighter. Without the warfighting capability, which the weapons system provides, a pilot is a pilot.