The salvo combat model with a sequential exchange of fire

@article{Armstrong2014TheSC,
  title={The salvo combat model with a sequential exchange of fire},
  author={Michael J. Armstrong},
  journal={Journal of the Operational Research Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={65},
  pages={1593-1601}
}
This paper develops a version of the stochastic salvo combat model in which the exchange of fire is sequential, rather than simultaneous. This sequential-fire version is built by modifying the equations in the original simultaneous-fire version. The performance of the sequential model is tested by comparing its outputs with those of a Monte Carlo simulation. The fit between the model and the simulation is very close, especially for the mean and standard deviation of losses. The model is then… Expand

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