Cover: Program Listing for an Improved Version of the TRACE Model.

Program Listing for an Improved Version of the TRACE Model.

Published 1975

by Leola Cutler, Donald E. Lewis, Gary F. Mills

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Listings of the subroutines of the improved version of the TRACE simulation model and its three auxiliary data preprocessing programs. TRACE is a one-sided expected-value model that simulates the allocation and consumption of resources from a set of airbases in a combat environment, and estimates the results of applying a given set of tactical aircraft and air-to-ground conventional munitions against a specified array of enemy targets. The auxiliary programs are used to prepare input data for use by TRACE. All the programs are written in FORTRAN IV. (See also R-1733.) 122 pp.

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