Donald Morrison

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An algorithm is presented for computing a " Pythagorean sum " a 0 b = d m directly from a and b without computing their squares or taking a square root. No destructive floating point overflows or underflows are possible. The algorithm can be extended to compute the Euclidean norm of a vector. The resulting subroutine is short, portable, robust, and(More)
This document describes the current state of the Adversary Dynamics Modeling (ADM) project currently under development. Given the dynamic nature of the terrorist threat, the purpose of this modeling effort is to increase current understanding of adversarial decision-making processes and possible behavior in order to help guide countermeasure technology(More)
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