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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 5811

Targets and Backgrounds XI: Characterization and Representation
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 5811
Date Published: 25 May 2005
Softcover: 24 papers (268) pages
ISBN: 9780819457967

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Target detection and identification with a scene understanding system based on network-symbolic models
Author(s): Gary Kuvich
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An information-theoretic approach to band selection
Author(s): Joergen Ahlberg; Ingmar Renhorn
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Poor man’s missile tracking technology: thermal IR detection and tracking of bats in flight
Author(s): Riley Eddie Melton; Bruce M. Sabol; Alison Sherman
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A polarized clutter measurement technique based on the governing equation for polarimetric remote sensing in the visible to near infrared
Author(s): James R. Shell; John R. Schott
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Spatially resolved polarimetry for background signature retrieval
Author(s): I. Berezhnyy; A. Dogariu
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An emissivity imaging camera (eCAM) for evaluating changes in aircraft coatings
Author(s): E. James Bevan; John DiDomenico; Mike Briggs; Curt Strom; Bob Gedridge
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Multispectral infrared BRDF measurements of potential surfaces of interest (skin, oil, water, sand, etc.)
Author(s): John Lester Miller
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EMI obscuration of buried UXO by geophysical magnetic permeability, anthropogenic clutter, and by magnitude disparities
Author(s): K. O'Neill; F. Shubitidze; K. Sun; I. Shamatava; K. Paulsen
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Modeling infrared spectral intensity data from bomb detonations
Author(s): Kevin C. Gross; Glen P. Perram; Ronald F. Tuttle
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Passive ranging of emissive targets using atmospheric oxygen absorption lines
Author(s): Michael R. Hawks; Glen P. Perram
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Detonation discrimination and feature saliency using a near-infrared focal plane array and a visible CCD camera
Author(s): Anthony N. Dills; Steven C. Gustafson; Glen P. Perram
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Real-time exploitation of image sequences in dynamic surroundings
Author(s): Markus Mueller; Guenter Saur; Wolfgang Krueger
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Mapping sensible and latent heat fluxes in arid areas using optical imagery
Author(s): Jan M. H. Hendrickx; Sung-ho Hong
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Effect of scaling transfer between evapotranspiration maps derived from LandSat 7 and MODIS images
Author(s): Sung-ho Hong; Jan M. H. Hendrickx; Brian Borchers
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Regional mapping of root zone soil moisture using optical satellite imagery
Author(s): K. Fleming; Jan M. H. Hendrickx; Sung-ho Hong
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Obscurant representation improvements in the CHORALE workshop
Author(s): Thierry Cathala; Patrick Gozard; Alain Le Goff; Florence Fedou; Jean Latger; Antoine Boudet
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Infrared ship signature prediction, model validation, and sky radiance
Author(s): Filip Neele
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Infrared ship signature analysis and optimisation
Author(s): Filip Neele
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Irma 5.1 multisensor signature prediction model
Author(s): James Savage; Charles Coker; Bea Thai; Omar Aboutalib; Neil Yamaoka; Charles Kim
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Methods for validation of optical signature models
Author(s): Claes Nelsson; Erik Andersson; David Boerjesson; Patrik Hermansson; Sten Nyberg; Stefan Sjoekvist; Thomas Winzell
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High fidelity thermal modeling and other recent advancements toward realistic spectral scene generation of vegetated areas
Author(s): Christopher E. Fink; Joseph Russ Moulton; Michael Ortalano; Richard Speer; Ray Kaplan; John Helmsen; Raymond Haren; Steven C Sawtelle
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Characterization and assessment of COTS software utilization for infrared signature modeling in weapon system simulation validation
Author(s): Victoria Hahn
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Radar scattering statistics for digital terrain models
Author(s): Kelce Wilson; Dale Patrick; James Blair
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FarAway: shoot video through haze, mist, and smoke
Author(s): Amos Talmi
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