Accession Number:

AD0420514

Title:

SOME DISCRETE PROCESSES IN THE THEORY OF STOCHASTIC DUELS,

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SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF

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Report Date:

1963-08-13

Pagination or Media Count:

28.0

Abstract:

By limiting the time between rounds to a constant, certain duels in which each side has a fixed kill probability in which strong interactions occur are investigated. The models investigated here are 1 the fundamental one versus one duel in which firing times are fixed and their ratio is a rational number 2 the duel with displacements in which two contestants fire simultaneously at fixed intervals and a near miss causes a contestant to displace and lose a firing turn 3 multiple duels in which two versus one or two versus two fire simultaneously at fixed intervals and 4 the cluster duel in which there are several contestants on each side and firing is simultaneous. In the first three, the probability of a given side winning is obtained. In the last, the probability of m contestants on one side killing v of the n contestants on the other side at a single firing is derived. Author

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE