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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 1698

Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets 1992
Editor(s): Oliver E. Drummond
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 1698
Date Published: 25 August 1992
Softcover: 41 papers (484) pages
ISBN: 9780819408631

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Robust two-parameter invariant CFAR detection utilizing order statistics applied to Weibull clutter
Author(s): Daniel T. Nagle; Jafar Saniie
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Multisensor predetection fusion
Author(s): Anthony Vidmar; Kourken Malakian
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Adaptive whitening filters for small target detection
Author(s): Tarun Soni; James R. Zeidler; Walter H. Ku
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Fast neural algorithms for detecting moving targets in highly noisy environments
Author(s): Jacob Barhen; Nikzad Toomarian; Michail Zak
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Improving spatial spectrum analysis precision by least-square fitting method
Author(s): Tiesheng Kong; Diannong Liang
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Subpixel resolution of targets in imagery from mosaic detector arrays
Author(s): James F. Boulter
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Unified framework for IR target detection and tracking
Author(s): David S.K. Chan
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Adaptive model-based 3-D target detection--Part I: modeling and algorithms
Author(s): Mac L. Hartless; Hong Wang
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Adaptive multispectral image processing for the detection of targets in terrain clutter
Author(s): Lawrence E. Hoff; James R. Zeidler; Christopher R. Yerkes
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New fan filters for multiple-frame track-before-detect applications
Author(s): Thomas L. Marzetta
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Real-time analysis of small or low-contrast objects
Author(s): Stephen R. Yool; Kirk G. Smedley; David L. Van Vactor
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Adaptive model-based 3-D target detection--Part II: statistical behavior
Author(s): Mac L. Hartless; Hong Wang
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Single-look tracking noise for intensity and binary centroiding algorithms for resolved targets and performance comparison between shared- and separate-aperture active tracking
Author(s): Lothar W. Bandermann; Robin B. Kwong
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Automatic acquisition and tracking of rounds and targets for electro-optic fire control
Author(s): Gregory Allen Roberts; Lewis H. Bradford
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New signal processor architecture for infrared search and surveillance systems
Author(s): Raymond Lee; Stephen Law; Hiroyuki Takagi; Thomas G. Dennehy
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Advanced surveillance testbed and background modeling
Author(s): Karen A. Singkofer; John E. McCarthy; Howard M. Robbins
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Providing a high-fidelity evaluation capability for surveillance algorithms: a role of the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization's surveillance test bed
Author(s): Linda J. Vandergriff; Michael Wesley
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MSX on-board signal and data processor
Author(s): Brian L. Masson; Carl G. Pfeiffer
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IMM algorithm for tracking targets that maneuver through coordinated turns
Author(s): Gregory A. Watson; W. Dale Blair
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Cluster dynamics and object resolution
Author(s): Albert J. Perrella
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Tracking of a single cluster of closely spaced objects using one and two passive optical sensors
Author(s): Marilyn A. Zimmer; Ming-Jer Tsai
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Step-by-step description of a computationally efficient version of multiple hypothesis tracking
Author(s): John R. Werthmann
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SME filter approach to multiple target tracking in cluttered environments
Author(s): Edward W. Kamen; Y Lee
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Analytical evaluation of an ESM/radar track association algorithm
Author(s): Rajat K. Saha
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Data fusion of outputs provided by a distributed field of passive sensors
Author(s): Thomas W. Jewitt
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Bayesian inference network: applications to target tracking
Author(s): Kwang H. Kim
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Data integration (fusion) tree paradigm
Author(s): Christopher L. Bowman
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Sensor registration in multisensor systems
Author(s): E. J. Dela Cruz; Ali T. Alouani; Theodore R. Rice; W. Dale Blair
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Single-scan tracking using N infrared sensors
Author(s): Jack G. Rudd; Richard Marsh
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Range, velocity, and temperature estimation of targets tracked through atmospheric channel
Author(s): Richard Cooke; Jerzy Nowakowski
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Track monitoring with single and multiple 2D passive sensors
Author(s): James A. Roecker
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Tracking with velocity
Author(s): Gerard V. Trunk; Steven Brockett; Jon D. Wilson
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Data association for track initiation and extension using multiscan windows
Author(s): A. B. Poore; N. Rijavec; T. N. Barker
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Multiple hypothesis tracking algorithms for massively parallel computers
Author(s): Thomas G. Allen
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Design and evaluation of multiple hypothesis tracking for infrared surveillance systems
Author(s): Samuel S. Blackman; Robert J. Dempster; Ted J. Broida
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Demonstration of clutter reduction and aircraft detection in multispectral data
Author(s): Lawrence E. Hoff; Edwin M. Winter
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Target detection from image sequences using pixel-based decision criterion
Author(s): Paul Wei; James R. Zeidler; Walter H. Ku
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Total least squares fitting spatiotemporal derivatives to smooth optical flow fields
Author(s): Shenq Wang; Vishal Markandey; Anthony Reid
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New assignment algorithms for data association
Author(s): David A. Castanon
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Ambiguities in evaluating performance of multiple target tracking algorithms
Author(s): Oliver E. Drummond; Barry E. Fridling
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Angular momentum and ballistic tracking
Author(s): Ronald L. Kolbe
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