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RE: Empirical tests of combat effects: The mortar - 6/13/2011 8:19:21 PM   
Jeffrey H.


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AT with MATLAB...


What is "MATLAB"?



It's a program used in science and engineering circles. It has some very powerful numerical analysis tools and a solid library of functions related to sceince and engineering.

It's most commonly used as a programming environment for problem solving or application development.

The programming itself is something akin to VB or FORTRAN.

I've used it for college coursework and a little bit in my office work, it's good. Most importantly for me it's a very powerful matrix function liabrary and it handles imaginary numbers intrinsically. Where as Excel is a little slow and clutzy for any of the hardcore number crunching.


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RE: Empirical tests of combat effects: The mortar - 6/17/2011 2:11:26 PM   
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As long as there is written somewhere exactly how combat works (targeting and pinning are concepts I'm a bit fuzzy on) a combat simulator shouldn't be too difficult to implement.

It would at least give an excuse to install matlab on my new computer.

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RE: Empirical tests of combat effects: The mortar - 6/28/2011 5:04:31 PM   
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OK

Thanks for the explanations.

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