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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 5796

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

Volume Number: 5796
Date Published: 27 May 2005
Softcover: 48 papers (518) pages
ISBN: 9780819457813

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High-fidelity simulation capability for virtual testing of seismic and acoustic sensors
Author(s): D. Keith Wilson; Mark L. Moran; Stephen A. Ketcham; James Lacombe; Thomas S. Anderson; Neill P. Symons; David F. Aldridge; David H. Marlin; Sandra L. Collier; Vladimir E. Ostashev
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High performance seismic sensor requirements for military and security applications
Author(s): A. Pakhomov; D. Pisano; A. Sicignano; T. Goldburt
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Unattended ground sensor based on fiber BRAGG grating technology
Author(s): Yan Zhang; Sanguo Li; Zhifan Yin; Hong-Liang Cui; Kurt O'Donnell; Robert Pastore; Michael Pellicano; Dowell Black; John Kosinski
Vertically integrated sensor array technology for unattended sensor networks
Author(s): Raymond Balcerak; John Thurston; Jonathan Breedlove
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Object detection and identification with a scene understanding system based on network-symbolic models
Author(s): Gary Kuvich
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Utilizing the IEEE 802.16 standard for homeland security applications
Author(s): Brian Rathgeb; Qiang Cheng
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Achieving miniature sensor systems via advanced packaging techniques
Author(s): David C. Hartup; Kevin Bobier; Jeffrey Demmin
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An integrated modular power-aware microsensor architecture and application to unattended acoustic vehicle tracking
Author(s): Michael Bajura; Brian Schott; Jaroslav Flidr; Joe Czarnaski; Carl Worth; Tam Tho; Li Wang
A miniature low-power intelligent sensor node for persistent acoustic surveillance
Author(s): Gert Cauwenberghs; Andreas Andreou; Jim West; Milutin Stanacevic; Abdullah Celik; Pedro Julian; Thiago Teixeira; Chris Diehl; Laurence Riddle
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Sequential collaborative processing for energy efficiency and fault tolerance in unattended ground sensor networks
Author(s): Xiaoling Wang; Hairong Qi
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Error mechanisms in determining timing errors in unattended ground sensors
Author(s): D. A. R. Beale; A. L. Hume; V. P. Calloway
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MicroSensors Systems: detection of a dismounted threat
Author(s): Bill Davis; Victor Berglund; Dwight Falkofske; Brian Krantz
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Application of particle swarm techniques in sensor network configuration
Author(s): Jason Tillett; Shanchieh Jay Yang; Raghuveer Rao; Ferat Sahin
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Distributed algorithms for small vehicle detection, classification, and velocity estimation using unattended ground sensors
Author(s): Adele B. Doser; Mark L. Yee; William T. O'Rourke; Megan E. Slinkard; David C. Craft; Hung D. Nguyen
Sensor choices for unattended ground sensors
Author(s): D. A. R. Beale; A. L. Hume; P. Manning; N. Parkinson
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Application of networked unattended ground sensors in urban combat and stability operations
Author(s): Albert A. Sciarretta; Gary A. Yerace
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Phenomenological investigations into personnel signatures
Author(s): J. Michael Cathcart
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Remote detection of riverine traffic using an ad hoc wireless sensor network
Author(s): Stephan P. Athan
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Microsensors for border patrol applications
Author(s): Dwight Falkofske; Brian Krantz; Ron Shimazu; Victor Berglund
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Evaluating UGS field architecture options: a quantitative analysis of networked UGS configurations
Author(s): Keith W. Brendley; Jed Marti
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Disposable sensors: technical and operational challenges facing military employment
Author(s): Shawn K. Nocita; Jason M. Bales
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Blind separation of multiple vehicle signatures in frequency domain
Author(s): M. R. Azimi-Sadjadi; S. Srinivasan
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Aerial canopy sensor delivery system (ACSDS) for lightweight payload deployment applications
Author(s): Seibert Murphy; Michael Mullen
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