been a while since I posted.
Always thought that while technology would advance enough to allow excellent computer lock on of weapons that that same technological advance comes hand in hand with specific advances in counter measures technologies.
So while I agree that computers and their processing power would be awesome enough to allow very much improved lock on compared with modern military equipment today, that would be equally offset by improved ECM systems.
The net result in my opinion would be very little difference to the effectiveness we see today of modern systems operating against equally modern ECM systems.
You must not forget that technology in practice never stands still. It has it's own war of invention followed by countermeasure, followed by counter-countermeasure followed by...
You get my point