A short and simple program for simulating archery error via a bivariate normal distribution. That is: Variation/error in both the x- and y-axes are computed by a random Gaussian variable.
Usage: ArcherySim [precision] [radius] [-L]
- Simulates an archery shooting at target with bivariate normal error model.
- precision is a value modeling shooter accuracy, e.g.:
1.5 for a shooter with basic-level training
7.5 for a shooter with grand-master skill
- radius is the radius of the target in feet, e.g.:
1.5 for a man-sized figure
2.0 for standard archery target
12.0 for long-distance clout competition
- Default display is a short table with doubling of ranges;
-L switch forces long/linear table in 10 foot increments