A discussion of the accuracy achievable with a semi-automatic digital track-while-scan system (e.g., the Comprehensive Display System described in the Michigan Air Defense System Proposal). In addition, the extent to which accuracy requirements can be met and the maximum allowable adjustment periods for such cases are investigated.
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