Multiple Choice

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Some targeting algorithms produce multiple firing angles; they must then use some form of "multiple choice" calculation to produce a single firing angle at which to shoot. This often involves some type of kernel density calculation, such as choosing the angle that has the most neighboring angles within a certain angular threshold.

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