Analysis of Computing Methods for the TERRIER Fire Control System.
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Future modifications in the TERRIER missile fire control system will be restricted by limitations in unallocated core and by problem solution time in the systems digital computer. The thesis is an analysis of methods by which reductions in core storage requirements and in problem solution time could be achieved. A determination of those functions requiring the most computer resources is made and alternative methods of computing the functions are analyzed. Comparisons of implementation of the functions by software in the fire control computer versus other devices is made, and the tradeoffs required by each method are presented. Author
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware
- Surface-Launched Guided Missiles
- Fire Control and Bombing Systems