# Difference between revisions of "Category:Log-Based Targeting"

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A family of [[targeting]] strategies that store past data about enemy movement in an unprocessed or preprocessed form. These methods often perform extensive calculations on the entire data set in order to deduce a firing angle at fire time; this is in contrast to [[statistical targeting]] methods, which generally process input on the fly and simply query an internal data structure to generate a firing angle. | A family of [[targeting]] strategies that store past data about enemy movement in an unprocessed or preprocessed form. These methods often perform extensive calculations on the entire data set in order to deduce a firing angle at fire time; this is in contrast to [[statistical targeting]] methods, which generally process input on the fly and simply query an internal data structure to generate a firing angle. | ||

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## Latest revision as of 19:19, 26 April 2009

A family of targeting strategies that store past data about enemy movement in an unprocessed or preprocessed form. These methods often perform extensive calculations on the entire data set in order to deduce a firing angle at fire time; this is in contrast to statistical targeting methods, which generally process input on the fly and simply query an internal data structure to generate a firing angle.

## Pages in category "Log-Based Targeting"

The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.