October-December 1997, Volume 18, Number 4

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Applied Research

    Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for the Selective Sequestering and Sensing of Ions
   G. M. Murray, A. L. Jenkins, A. Bzhelyansky, and O. M. Uy

   

Test and Evaluation

    System Understanding and Statistical Uncertainty Bounds from Limited Test Data
   J. C. Spall

   

Information Technology

    Balancing Software Composition and Inheritance to Improve Resusability, Cost, and Error Rate
   W. R. Bitman

   

Technology Demonstration

    Mountain Top: Beyond-the-Horizon Cruise Missile Defense
   W. H. Zinger and J. A. Krill

   

Miscellanea

   Publications, Presentations, and Colloquia

   

Applied Research

    Patents (1996)
    Author and Subject Indexes (1997)

Icon THE COVER: The scene depicts a vision of the future in which a network of aircraft, ships, and land missile batteries provides an overland cruise missile defense capability. With this capability, any missile-capable surface combatant can send its missiles well beyond its horizon, under the control of an aircraft, to intercept low-flying cruise missiles attacking land targets at long range. The enabling network is the Cooperative Engagement Capability, which was recently used along with Aegis and surrogate avionics elements (insets) to demonstrate the feasibility of this type of cooperative engagement. The demonstration was known as Mountain Top and is described in the article by Zinger and Krill in this issue. (Cover illustration by Kenneth R. Moscati.)


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