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Application of Differential Games to Air-to-Air Combat Problems.
Final rept. Apr 73-Feb 74,
AIR FORCE FLIGHT DYNAMICS LAB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Differential game barrier theory was applied to three pursuit-evasion problems. For the first problem the solution involving the angle-off constraint was directly determined from the natural barrier solution. For the second problem the capture range was relatively insensitive to the angle-off. The solution to the third problem which approximates the terminal part of air-to-air combat showed that an increase in the pursuers speed or a decrease in his minimum radius of turn resulted in a decrease in the capture range.
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