TRUEL_SIMULATION is a MATLAB program which simulates N instances of a duel between three players.
Player 1 fires at player 2 or 3, and hits with a probability of P(1). Then, if Player 2 is alive, he fires at Player 1 or 3, hitting with a probability of P(2). Then, if Player 3 is alive, he fires at Player 1 or 2, hitting with a probability of P(3). Play continues until only one duellist remains.
The simulation is intended to estimate the probabilities that a player will survive, and the number of turns required.
[ s, turn_average ] = truel_simulation ( p, duel_num )where
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
TRUEL_SIMULATION is available in a MATLAB version.
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