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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 4743

Unattended Ground Sensor Technologies and Applications IV
Editor(s): Edward M. Carapezza
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 4743
Date Published: 7 August 2002
Softcover: 39 papers (386) pages
ISBN: 9780819444936

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Unattended ground sensor related technologies: an Army perspective
Author(s): Larry B. Stotts; Daniel D. Bryski
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Multimission unattended ground sensor
Author(s): Gervasio Prado; George P. Succi; James Fitzgerald; Daniel Clapp; Robert Gampert; Philip O. Martel
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Tracking moving acoustic sources with a network of sensors
Author(s): Richard J. Kozick; Brian M. Sadler
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Helicopter and aircraft detection and classification using adaptive beamforming and tracking techniques
Author(s): Antonius C. van Koersel; S. P. Beerens
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Acoustic intrusion detection and positioning system
Author(s): Ohad Berman; Zeev Zalevsky
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Simulation of detection and beamforming with acoustical ground sensors
Author(s): D. Keith Wilson; Brian M. Sadler; Tien Pham
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Classification of ground vehicles from acoustic data using fuzzy logic rule-based classifiers: early results
Author(s): Hongwei Wu; Jerry M. Mendel
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Artillery localization using networked wireless ground sensors
Author(s): David C. Swanson
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Detection and classification of time-critical targets using seismic sensors
Author(s): Anne M. Mayoral; Ilene L. McCool; Richard A. Gramann
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Response of a biologically inspired MEMS differential microphone diaphragm
Author(s): Lin Tan; Ronald N. Miles; Marcie G. Weinstein; Raanan A. Miller; Quang Su; Weili Cui; J. Gao
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REMBASS-II: the status and evolution of the Army's unattended ground sensor system
Author(s): Heather Marandola; Joseph Mollo; Paul A. Walter
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Self-calibration of sensor networks
Author(s): Randolph L. Moses; Robert Patterson
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High-performance monolithic AlGaAs/GaAs photovoltaic arrays coupled to scintillating fibers for UGS application
Author(s): Oleg V. Sulima; Jeffrey A. Cox; Paul E. Sims
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OmniSense: visually enhanced tracking system
Author(s): Russell Thomas; Richard Porter
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Use of a miniature infrared COTS sensor in several military applications
Author(s): Joseph Kostrzewa; William H. Meyer; William A. Terre; Stanley Laband; Gwendolyn W. Newsome
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Advances in IR sensors for tactical sensing
Author(s): Steven J. Ropson; John F. Brady
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Uncooled thermal imaging sensors for unattended sensor applications
Author(s): Margaret Kohin; Burton D. Figler; Richard J. Blackwell; Neal R. Butler; Brian S. Backer; Mark N. Gurnee; Bob H. Murphy
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Tracking and imaging humans on heterogeneous infrared sensor array for tactical applications
Author(s): Steven D. Feller; Evan Cull; David P. Kowalski; Kyle Farlow; John Burchett; Jim Adleman; Charles Lin; David J. Brady
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Three-dimensional omniview visualization of UGS: the battlefield with unattended video sensors
Author(s): Rakesh Kuman; Mark A. Sartor
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Low-power 3-axis magnetometers using spin dependent tunneling for UGS and security applications
Author(s): Mark Tondra; Albrect Jander; Catherine A. Nordman
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Magnetoresistive sensors for small and low-powered unattended ground sensor applications
Author(s): Peter V. Czipott; Yacine Dalichaouch; Alexander R. Perry
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All-weather vehicle classification using magnetometer arrays
Author(s): James W. Casalegno
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Use of disparate sensors for the detection of chemical and biological events
Author(s): David W. Sickenberger; Amnon Birenzvige; Felix Reyes
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Genetically modified plants for tactical systems applications
Author(s): C. Neal Stewart
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Low-cost inflatable lighter-than-air remote surveillance system
Author(s): Jason S. Kiddy; Peter C. Chen; John B. Niemczuk
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Semiconductor ultraviolet optical sources for biological agent detection
Author(s): John C. Carrano; Andrew John Maltenfort
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Local positioning WLANs communicating with unattended ground sensor
Author(s): Stephen A. Kupiec; Wenjian Wang; Andrew A. Kostrzewski; Tomasz P. Jannson
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Networked sensor communications for the objective force
Author(s): Jay L. Nemeroff; Luis Garcia; Daniel Hampel; Stefano Di Pierro
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Networked sensors for the objective force
Author(s): Ellen A. Howden; Keith Brendley
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Unmanned systems utilizing unattended sensors
Author(s): Michael Toscano
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Networked unattended ground sensors: the road ahead
Author(s): John Eicke; Michael A. Kolodny
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Tactical Automated Security System Air Force expeditionary security
Author(s): Ken Butler
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Unattended ground sensors: another cued intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance asset of the submarine
Author(s): Norma E. Lopez; Robert T. Franks
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Using antisubmarine warfare experience to enhance unattended ground sensor (UGS) employment tactics
Author(s): Stephen M. Jarrett
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Deployment-ready multimode micropower wireless sensor networks for intrusion detection, classification, and tracking
Author(s): Mike A. Horton; Alan Broad; Mike Grimmer; Kristofer S. J. Pister; S. Shankar Sastry; Tom Rosenbury; Norman A. Whitaker
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Data integrator for ground sensors (DIGS)
Author(s): Steven Streetman; Charles D. Carleton; Robertson G. Hamrick; Matthew McGarvey
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Estimation of target range and orientation from video images for tactical unattended sensor applications
Author(s): Anthony G. Galaitsis
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Open standard development platforms for distributed sensor networks
Author(s): William Merrill; Katayoun Sohrabi; Lewis Girod; Jeremy Elson; Fredric Newberg; William J. Kaiser
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