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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 3691

Enhanced and Synthetic Vision 1999
Editor(s): Jacques G. Verly
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 3691
Date Published: 19 July 1999
Softcover: 34 papers (266) pages
ISBN: 9780819431653

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MMW radar data processing for enhanced vision
Author(s): Bernd Korn; Hans-Ullrich Doehler; Peter Hecker
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Recent progress in millimeter-wave sensor system capabilities for enhanced (synthetic) vision
Author(s): Karlheinz Hellemann; Reinhard Zachai
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New sector imaging radar for enhanced vision: SIREV
Author(s): Thomas Sutor; Franz Witte; Alberto Moreira
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Cognitive mapping based on synthetic vision?
Author(s): Arnd Helmetag; Christian Halbig; Wolfgang Kubbat; Rainer Schmidt
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Low-cost inertial/GPS attitude and heading reference system (AHRS) for enhanced and synthetic vision (EV/SV) applications
Author(s): E. Harrison Teague; John M. Wilson
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Real-time synthetic vision cockpit display for general aviation
Author(s): Andrew J. Hansen; W. Garth Smith; Richard M. Rybacki
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Visualization of nonprecision instrument approaches using VRML
Author(s): Michael G. Wagner; Alan Hatakeyama
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Estimating 6-DOF from visual information
Author(s): Sidhartha Maitra; Gerald R. Babb
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Airport databases for 3D synthetic-vision flight-guidance displays: database design, quality assessment, and data generation
Author(s): Axel Friedrich; Helmut Raabe; Jens Schiefele; Kai Uwe Doerr
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Enhanced vision meets pilot assistance
Author(s): Peter Hecker; Hans-Ullrich Doehler; Reiner Suikat
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Real-time adaptive video image enhancement
Author(s): John R. Garside; Chris G. Harrison
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Real-time 3D flight guidance with terrain for the X-38
Author(s): Frank J. Delgado; Michael F. Abernathy; Janis White; William H. Lowrey
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Field evaluations of dual-band fusion for color night vision
Author(s): Mario Aguilar; David A. Fay; David B. Ireland; Joseph P. Racamato; W. D. Ross; Allen M. Waxman
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Psychophysical comparisons of single- and dual-band fused imagery
Author(s): Michael J. Sinai; Jason McCarley; William K. Krebs; Edward A. Essock
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Development of a night vision device driving training aid
Author(s): John W. Ruffner; Kim G. Woodward; Dino Piccione
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MilleMiglia in Automatico tour: results and critical analysis
Author(s): Massimo Bertozzi; Alberto Broggi; Alessandra Fascioli
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Motion and structure from combined optical flow: correspondences approach
Author(s): Hichem Sahli; S. Rusu; I. E. Pratikakis; L. Yang
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Dynamic selection of perception processes on an autonomous robot
Author(s): Andre Dalgalarrondo; Dominique Luzeaux
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Biologically motivated distributed vision system for autonomous undersea vehicles
Author(s): V. F. Leavers; Noel R. A. Purcell
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Registration for an augmented reality system enhancing the situational awareness in an outdoor scenario
Author(s): Reinhold Behringer
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Coarse coding in natural and artificial vision systems
Author(s): Geoffrey W. Brooks
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Human-vehicle interaction by hand sign understanding
Author(s): Guo Dong; Xie Ming; Xiaoming Yin
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Alaskan flight trials of a synthetic vision system for instrument landings of a piston twin aircraft
Author(s): Andrew K. Barrows; Keith W. Alter; Chad W. Jennings; J. David Powell
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Performance comparison of visual, infrared, and ultraviolet sensors for landing aircraft in fog
Author(s): Victor J. Norris; Robert S. Evans; Douglas G. Currie
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From digital elevation model data to terrain depiction data
Author(s): Arnd Helmetag; Guillaume Smietanski; Michael Baumgart; Wolfgang Kubbat
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