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## Math for Simulation

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There are four math concepts outlined in this chapter (all higher-level math above algebra is explained). The first is dB math-required for the presentation of propagation-theory formulas. The second is spherical trigonometry-to develop EW engagement models, you have to be able to rotate vectors in space using spherical trig. The third is the Poisson equation-in order that you will be able to determine the probabilities required for the design of emulation devices. The fourth is digitization - because almost everything is digital these days.

Chapter Contents:

• 3.1.1 Conversion to dB Form
• 3.1.2 Absolute Values in dB Form
• 3.1.3 dB Forms of Equations
• 3.1.4 Quick Conversions to dB Values
• 3.2 Spherical Trigonometry
• 3.2.1 The Spherical Triangle
• 3.2.2 Trigonometric Relationships in the Spherical Triangle
• 3.2.3 The Right Spherical Triangle
• 3.2.4 EW Applications of Spherical Trigonometry
• 3.3 The Poisson Theorem
• 3.4 Digitization

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