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Acquisition, Tracking, and Pointing XX
Editor(s): Michael K. Masten; Larry A. Stockum; William E. Thompson
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 6238
Date Published: 2 May 2006
Softcover: 12 papers (130) pages
ISBN: 9780819462947

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Laser system for cooperative pointing and tracking of moving terminals over long distance.
Author(s): Dean S. Grinch; James A. Cunningham; Donald S. Fisher
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Estimation filters for missile tracking with airborne laser
Author(s): T. M. Clemons; K. C. Chang
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Amplitude phase adaptive correction of optical waves distortions
Author(s): Vladimir P. Lukin
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Tracking filter algorithm for automatic video tracking
Author(s): Mark A. McEver; James E. Kimbrell
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Autonomous target reacquisition after image disturbance
Author(s): Lee Wren; John Thornton; David White; Jason Dale
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Spherical alignment of imagers using optical flow fields
Author(s): Ben Lambert; Jason F. Ralph; Lee Wren; Jason Dale
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Electronic image stabilization based on the spatial intensity gradient
Author(s): Douglas R. Droege
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Study of compact stereoscopic system for target distance estimation
Author(s): Daniel J. Bankman
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Automated position estimation of target using view extrapolation
Author(s): Humera Noor; Shahid Hafeez Mirza
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A MUSIC (multiple signal classification) algorithm for specifying azimuth, elevation, and range of multiple sources
Author(s): Richard R. Zito
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Performance analysis of fuzzy logic particle filter compared to fuzzy IMM in tracking high-performance targets
Author(s): Hazem Kamel; Wael Badawy
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Simplified generalized asynchronous track fusion filter
Author(s): Ali T. Alouani; John E. Gray
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