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Page 66 - COUNTERFORCE: The employment of strategic air and missile forces to destroy, or render impotent, military capabilities of an enemy force. Bombers and their bases, ballistic missile submarines, ICBM silos, ABM and air defense installations, command and control centers, and nuclear stockpiles are typical counterforce targets.
Page 24 - Attenuation — In physics, any process in which the flux density (or power, amplitude, intensity, illuminance, etc.) of a "parallel beam" of energy decreases with increasing distance from the energy source. Attenuation is always due to the action of the transmitting medium itself (mainly by absorption and scattering).
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Page 96 - An expert system! is regarded as the embodiment within a computer of a knowledge-based component from an expert skill in such a form that the system can offer intelligent advice or make an intelligent decision about a processing function.
Page 90 - Emissivity The ratio of the radiation emitted by a surface to the radiation emitted by a perfect blackbody radiator at the same temperature (Lapedes).
Page 249 - They have good energy density and cycle life. 1979 silviculture The theory and practice of controlling the establishment, composition, and growth of stands of trees for the harvesting of foliage limbs, and possibly the trees themselves for biomass.