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An Analysis of Variance of the Countermine Experiment (CME).

Author: D DeRiggi; Institute for defense analyses alexandria va.
Publisher: [United States] : Institute for defense analyses alexandria va, 1997.
Series: AD-a333 342.
Edition/Format:   Book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Countermine Experiment, conducted at the Mounted Warfare Testbed at Ft Knox, KY in July of 1996 by this Night Vision Sensors Division of Ft Belvoir, VA and the Engineer Battle Testbed of Ft Leonard Wood, MO, was a classic 2 to the 3rd factorial experiment. It examined three classes of countermine systems in which each class had two representations. The three categories of countermine systems were aerial  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D DeRiggi; Institute for defense analyses alexandria va.
OCLC Number: 45527898
Notes: Final rept.
Description: 59 p.
Series Title: AD-a333 342.

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The Countermine Experiment, conducted at the Mounted Warfare Testbed at Ft Knox, KY in July of 1996 by this Night Vision Sensors Division of Ft Belvoir, VA and the Engineer Battle Testbed of Ft Leonard Wood, MO, was a classic 2 to the 3rd factorial experiment. It examined three classes of countermine systems in which each class had two representations. The three categories of countermine systems were aerial surveillance, ground surveillance, and explosive breaching systems. An analysis of variance performed on the number of Blue vehicles lost during this experiment indicates that the aerial surveillance system is the most significant factor in reducing Blue losses to mines.

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