The Analysis of Dynamically Interactive Systems (Air Combat by the Numbers).
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Dynamically interactive systems are characterized by a mutual interaction in which each of the systems responds to each of the other systems according to its perception of the problem and its perceived methods of achieving a goal or objective. Examples of the problem class are Aircraft collision avoidance DestroyerSubmarine Encounter Air Combat and The Childs Game of Tag. The analysis of dynamically interactive systems is approached from a non-deterministic viewpoint.
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