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Runbst-Runway Cutting III

Runway Cutting Programs

Published 1966

by N. E. Wilson, B. F. Jaeger

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This paper describes RUNBST, a RAND Monte Carlo simulation designed to determine (1) the expected fraction of the time that bombs dropped from a single aircraft will cut the target runway in a single pass and (2) the probabilities of achieving two independent cuts as a function of the number of aircraft assigned to the attack. The paper also compares RUNBST to related simulations, such as RUNWAY CUTTING III.

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