33. How to Cite FS One#

If you are going to use FS One and want to reference it online or in a publication, please use the citation information below.

Further, if you like FS One, please share our links with your friends!

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33.1. For Software Citation#

Michael S. Selig, et al., “FS One RC Flight Simulator,” Free RC Flight Simulator Software, Release 2022e, v17.2, InertiaSoft, Inc., Champaign, IL, February 2023. Retrieved from https://www.fsone.com [date].

How is this software named

FS One 2022e (v17.2, rev 3310):
   FS One® - Base software name, registered trademark
   FS One 2022 - Software named for year of release
   FS One 2022e - 5th update to base 2022 release
   v17 - Version number that counts from year of first release (2006)
   v17.2 - Second release of v17
   rev 3310 - revision #3310 to the FS One software repository since 12/2009.

33.2. For Publication Citation#

This main publication in the Journal of Aircraft describes some of the details of FS One.

Michael S. Selig, “Real-Time Flight Simulation of Highly Maneuverable Unmanned Aerial Vehicles,”
Journal of Aircraft, 2014, Volume 51, No 6, pp. 1705-1725.
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