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The Fast Theater Model (FATHM)

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FATHM is a large-scale attrition model of two-sided ground combat, including air strikes by Blue on Red. While FATHM has borrowed extensively from other combat models, it also exhibits some unique features, particularly its use of linear programming calls to solve a sequence of air-to-ground engagements that are interspersed among ground-to-ground engagements. In spite of making hundreds of such calls, FATHM can still fight a realistically-scaled theater war in about three minutes on a personal computer. This paper gives the genesis and essential features.
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