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Real-time heuristic algorithms for the static weapon target assignment problem. The Weapon-Target Assignment Problem. The solution of target assignment problem in command and control decision-making behaviour simulation.
Approximate dynamic programming for missile defense interceptor fire control. A research on weapon-target assignment based on combat capabilities. A discrete particle swarm optimization algorithm applied in constrained static weapon-target assignment problem. An optimal assignment of multi-type weapons to single-target. Michael J. Game formulation of multiteam target assignment and suppression mission. An artificial intelligence based novel approach for real-time allocation of armament to hostile targets.
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In the struggle over the direction and ownership of the revolution, opposition groups of the radical left violently opposed a military regime that itself came to embrace and promulgate Marxist-Leninist language and policies, and that relied heavily on the use of armed force to stifle dissent. To this day, the Red Terror constitutes a period that is remembered in Ethiopia as much for the forms of its violence as for the extent of its harm. Its ramifications, from the support it triggered for the ethno-nationalist insurgencies that overthrew the military regime in , to its role in the emergence of a sizeable Ethiopian diaspora, make the Red Terror an episode of defining and lasting significance in the modern history of Ethiopia.
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