AERO-SPACE ENVIRONMENT SIMULATION SYSTEM (ASESS). VOLUME I. MASTER CONTROL PROGRAM AND PRESENTLY INCLUDED SUB-ROUTINES.
Final technical documentary rept., Vol. 1.
BELL AEROSYSTEMS CO BUFFALO N Y
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The results of the study and design of an Aero-Space Environment Simulation System ASESS in support of aero-space command and control are presented in this report. The primary objective was to design a system modeling, in real and fast time, the interactions of an array of space vehicles with the elements of the environment in which they exist containing detailed flow diagrams in the FORTRAN computer programming language for implementation on any one of several large scale digital computers the IBM 7030 being foremost. The system simulates an aero-space environment containing cooperative and uncooperative close-earth orbital vehicles, ground based and spaceborne communications - telemetry systems, and ground based search and tracking radars. Furthermore, because of the dynamic nature of space simulation techniques, ASESS provides a basis for incorporating modification and change as new and improved techniques, both analytical and computer orientated, are developed. Author