Techniques for Modelling Artillery Fire Support Against Point and Area Targets
direct effects of the fire (achieved by destruction), and
indirect effectiveness of the fire. In this context we consider the suppression of an enemy unit without necessarily causing severe losses (e.g.: suppression of personnel), or giving other friendly weapons a better chance (e.g.: support of a defending unit with remotely delivered mines against a tank unit).
KeywordsArea Target Impact Point Target Element Kill Rate Weapon System
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