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Tutorial Overlay and Diamond Crossing

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This is a tutorial written by Matthew Brooks and I quote his readme below:

This tutorial does not introduce new concepts and I claim no credit whatsoever for them. I hope that it does give some detailed guidance on how to use concepts which have been in use for some years.

The Overlay Crossing Technique described here was devised by Jim Vile

The Diamond Crossing Technique described here was devised by Steve Parkinson

The tutorial is based on advice given to me by Jim Vile when I was developing KSEA Seattle-Tacoma for FSX default airport, which transformed a nightmare of timeouts to much smoother traffic flow than I had dared hope for. My thanks to Jim, especially, for all of his advice.

It can be downloaded from:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/b4vu259r1kmqhjp
 
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