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SECTION 3 - SIMULATION ERRORS

SECTION BRIEF- The Combat Simulation Module (CSM) and the Cybertank Test Module (CTM) have a limited amount of memory available f o r processing simulations. Also, each cybertank in the simulation must be authorized for use.

3.1 SIMULATION OUT OF MEMORY

When loading a simulation, the CSM and CTM are limited by the amount of memory available. In rare cases, there is not enough memory available to load all of the cybertanks In the simulation design. You will be notified when these modules are unable to load all tanks in a design. The only recourse is to redesign the simulation using fewer tanks. When a memory problem occurs, the active module will abort and you will be transferred to the External Control Module (ECM).

3.2 CYBERTANK/BATTLEFIELD NOT FOUND

The battlefield design and all cybertanks included in a simulation design must reside on the same disc when using the CSM or CTM. If either the battlefield, or any one of the cybertanks are not found on the disc, you will be notified via the terminal. In a situation such as this, the CSM and CTM will abort and transfer you to the External Control Module (ECM).
To rectify this problem, you can either redesign the simulation using the Simulation Design Module (SDM), or copy the cybertanks and battlefield onto the same disc with the Data Duplication Module (DDM).

3.3 CYBERTANK NOT AUTHORIZED

The CTM requires that the cybertank to be tested to have been authorized by the current employee. lf you attempt to test a cybertank using an unauthorized cybertank design, the Cybertank Not Authorized message is displayed. The Cybertank Not Authorized error message also appears during Clearance Evaluation if the cybertank Selected is not authorized by the current employee. To resolve this problem, authorize the cybertank using the Design Control Module (DCM).

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