Defense Systems Digest - 31 July 2018

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Notable Technical Inquiry

What types of swarm and counter-swarm technologies and programs are out there?

DSIAC was asked to collect information regarding swarm and anti-swarm technologies that exist. DSIAC enlisted the services of West Virginia University's Innovation Corporation (WVUIC) and Georgia Tech...

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Voice From The Community

Benjamin Barrowes
Electrical/Electromagnetics Engineer, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Barrowes Consulting)

Got Fortran programs? I have worked with Fortran for over 20 years, both at MIT and for 15 years at the U.S. Army as part of my job at ERDC-CRREL as an electrical engineer specializing in electromagnetics. While Fortran is fast, and legacy Fortran code can be very reliable, Fortran is being 
supplanted by more modern languages such as Matlab, R, and Python. To help with the transition, I wrote f2matlab (free version online) which translates Fortran source code into Matlab source code. For large and/or critical programs or when translating to R or Python, contact me. I can provide assistance. I have worked with codes such as DSSAT crop modeler, MFIX multiflow simulator, and the slatec mathematical library

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