IVIEW 2000 operates from a processed input file, identifying each player’s type, team, and movement in 3-D space. Several different non-real-time analysis models, including BRAWLER, TRAP, RADGUNS, BlueMax, and SUPPRESSOR, can generate the input data. Model users may select or create icons, which accurately represent each target and threat.
In addition to the several on-screen display windows, a nondisplayed mechanism is presented for writing selected portions of the scenario data to an output file for permanent storage and later retrieval. Descriptive feedback messages are output to the screen during AFDR file load processing to monitor various errors associated with reading icon names and files.
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