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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 1096

Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets 1989
Editor(s): Oliver E. Drummond
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1096
Date Published: 5 September 1989
Softcover: 29 papers (330) pages
ISBN: 9780819401328

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Single-Frame Velocity Estimation
Author(s): James L. Jenkins; Stephen F. Rudin
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Parallel Implementation Of Recursive Weighted Least Squares Estimation For Source Dynamic Motion Evaluation
Author(s): Ferial El-Hawary
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An Efficient Target Extraction Technique For Laser Radar Imagery
Author(s): A. Omar Aboutalib; Thanh Luu
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Area MTI - A Multiple Scan Signal Processing Technique
Author(s): Vincent C. Vannicola; Russell D. Brown; Michael C. Wicks
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Adaptive Threshold Adjustment And Control
Author(s): Hannelore G. Hansen; Cyrus Elyashar
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Precision Target Tracking For Small Extended Objects
Author(s): Y. Bar-Shalom; H. M. Shertukde; K. R. Pattipati
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Sort Function Analysis For Order Statistic Filters In Detection Systems
Author(s): K. D. Donohue; J. Saniie; D. T. Nagle; N. M. Bilgutay
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Position Estimation Of Optical Point Targets Using Staring Detector Arrays
Author(s): Ming J. Tsai; Fannie A. Rogal
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IR Clutter Partitioning For Matched Filter Design
Author(s): John C. vom Lehn; David A. Langan; David S. K. Chan
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A Source Invariant Methodology For The Estimation Of Extended Object Optical Intensities
Author(s): Michael Flaherty; Jodean Wendt
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Application Of Nonparametric Detectors To Point Target Detection In Infrared Clutter Backgrounds
Author(s): B. D. Billard; M. Arozullah; J. T. Barnett
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Maximum Likelihood Approach To Gamma Circumvention
Author(s): P. C. Trepagnier
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Velocity Filter Algorithms For Improved Target Detection And Tracking With Multiple-Scan Data
Author(s): W. B. Kendall; A. D. Stocker; W. J. Jacobi
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Panel Discussion: Problems And Solutions In Tracking In A Dense Environment
Author(s): Barry E. Fridling; Gabriel Frenkel; Keh-Ping Dunn; Douglas Hurlburt; Theodore Jarvis; Michael Kovacich; Larry B. Stotts; Michael Wesley
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Track Initiation In A Dense Target Environment Using Multiple Sensors
Author(s): M. J. Tsai; L. C. Youens; K. P. Dunn
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Coordinated Presentation Of Multiple Hypotheses In Multitarget Tracking
Author(s): I. P. Bottlik; S. S. Blackman
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Employment Of Pattern Matching In Multiple Target Tracking
Author(s): W. Keith Maples
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Parallel Prefix And Data Association
Author(s): Frederick E. Daum
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Proportional Integral Estimator
Author(s): K. Kim; B. Shafai; E. Kappos
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Bayesian Adaptative Filter For Multiple Maneuvering Target Tracking With Measurements Of Uncertain Origin
Author(s): B. Tomasini; M. Gauvrit; B. Siffredi
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Tracking Performance Evaluation - Prediction Of Track Purity
Author(s): S. Mori; K. C. Chang; C. Y. Chong; K. P. Dunn
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Synchronization And Fault Tolerance In A Distributed Tracker
Author(s): David A. Leighton; Brian K. Hansen
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Assignment Algorithms For The Passive Sensor Data Association Problem
Author(s): Somnath Deb; Krishna R. Pattipati; Yaakov Bar-Shalom; Robert B. Washburn
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Challenges Of Developing Algorithms For Multiple Sensor, Multiple Target Tracking
Author(s): Oliver E. Drummond; Samuel S. Blackman
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Pices, A Multi-Source Tracker/Correlator System
Author(s): Joseph J. Fitchek; John P. Lee; David Herring
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Performance Assessment For Airborne Surveillance Systems Incorporating Sensor Fusion
Author(s): D. E. Iverson; K. C. Chang; C. Y. Chong
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Testing Track Initiation Algorithms That Fuse 2-D Tracks
Author(s): T. J. Janssens; D. F. Mc Allister; D. C. Pridmore-Brown
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A Computationally Tractable Approach To Real-Time Multi-Sensor Data Fusion
Author(s): P. F. Easthope; E. J. G. Goodchild; S. L. Rhodes
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Benefits Of Soft Sensors And Probabilistic Fusion
Author(s): Dennis M. Buede; Edward L. Waltz
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