Title - Alternative
Survey of computer generated forces systems and how they represent and reason about terrain
University of Central Florida. Division of Sponsored Research; University of Central Florida. Institute for Simulation and Training
Military art and science -- Computer simulation; Military geography
Report on a survey of computer systems used to produce realistic or intelligent behavior by autonomous entities in simulation systems. In particular, it is concerned with the data structures used by computer generated forces systems to represent terrain and the algorithmic approaches used by those systems to reason about terrain.
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Introduction -- Computer generated forces -- Terrain representation in CGF -- Terrain reasoning in CGF -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Appendices.
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Institute for Simulation and Training, University of Central Florida
Institute for Simulation and Training
Petty, Mikel D., "Terrain Representation And Reasoning In Computer Generated Forces : A Survey Of Computer Generated Forces Systems And How They Represent And Reason About Terrain" (1996). Institute for Simulation and Training. 220.