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Test of Generating Function and Estimation of Equivalent Radius in Some Weapon Systems and Its Stochastic Simulation

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We discuss three-dimensional uniform distribution and its property in a sphere; give a method of assessing the tactical and technical indices of cartridge ejection uniformity in some type of weapon systems. Meanwhile we obtain the test of generating function and the estimation of equivalent radius. The uniformity of distribution is tested and verified with ω2 test method on the basis of stochastic simulation example.

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F. Zheng, "Test of Generating Function and Estimation of Equivalent Radius in Some Weapon Systems and Its Stochastic Simulation," Applied Mathematics, Vol. 2 No. 12, 2011, pp. 1546-1550. doi: 10.4236/am.2011.212220.


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