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AERO-SPACE ENVIRONMENT SIMULATION SYSTEM (ASESS) VOLUME III. PROGRAM MODIFICATION AND IMPLEMENTATION ON THE DIGITAL COMPUTER.
BELL AEROSYSTEMS CO BUFFALO N Y
The Aero-Space Environment Simulation System ASESS is a digital computer program which simulates the motion of an array of earth orbiting vehicles, both active and passive, cooperative and uncooperative, and their interactions with the environment of ground tracking, telemetry, and communications stations supporting their missions. An operational FORTRAN IV computer program presently exists for the ASESS monitor and radar subsystem. The program is applicable to the IBM 7000 series computers as well as other computer hardware which makes the FORTRAN IV language available and allows simulation of satellite motion and the activities of search and tracking radars, both as a function of time. The ASESS program includes the capability for historical output of simulation data via SNAP-SHOT a capsule view output technique developed during the program check-out. In addition, a post-mortem plot capability has been built in to augment normal printed output data. Author
See also AD-600 186.
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