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Training Effectiveness Evaluation of LeatherNet. - Master's thesis.
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA.

ProductType: Thesis
NTIS Order Number: AD-A303 556/5

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Date: Sep 1995
Author: J. F. Kelly

The author evaluates a Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) system known as LeatherNet to determine its abilities in fulfilling the long term Modeling and Simulation (MS) goals of the United States Marine Corps. LeatherNet is a DIS compatible, virtual ...

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