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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 7335

Automatic Target Recognition XIX
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Volume Number: 7335
Date Published: 28 April 2009
Softcover: 36 papers (370) pages
ISBN: 9780819476012

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Front Matter: Volume 7335
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High speed automatic target recognition based on anisotropic diffusion and discrete cosine transform
Author(s): Nuri Gokhan Korkusuz
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Cellular automata enabling novel fast shape recognition for muon tomography
Author(s): Holger M. Jaenisch; James W. Handley; Kristina L. Jaenisch; Nathaniel G. Albritton
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Transformation of time dependent probability distributions
Author(s): Juraj Tekel; Leon Cohen
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Contextual object understanding through geospatial analysis and reasoning (COUGAR)
Author(s): Joel Douglas; Matthew Antone; James Coggins; Bradley J. Rhodes; Erik Sobel; Frank Stolle; Lori Vinciguerra; Majid Zandipour; Yu Zhong
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Moments of a wave propagating with dispersion and damping
Author(s): Greg Okopal; Patrick Loughlin
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Comparison of kernel based PDF estimation methods
Author(s): David E. Freund; Philippe Burlina; Amit Banerjee; Erik Justen
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Automatic building identification under bomb damage conditions
Author(s): Robert Woodley; Warren Noll; Joseph Barker; Donald C. Wunsch
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3D multi-view passive sensing and visualization using randomly distributed sensors
Author(s): Bahram Javidi; Mehdi DaneshPanah
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Wavelet-based hyperspectral target detection using spectral fringe-adjusted joint transform correlation
Author(s): Wesam A. Sakla; Adel A. Sakla; M. S. Alam
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A support vector data description approach to target detection in hyperspectral imagery
Author(s): Wesam A. Sakla; Adel A. Sakla; Andrew Chan
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A general purpose adaptive approach to image classification, automatic target detection, and recognition for multispectral imagery
Author(s): Beato T. Cheng
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An interactive graphical performance analysis tool for hyperspectral exploitation evaluations
Author(s): Karmon Vongsy; Jason Kaufman; Philip M. Hanna
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Hyperspectral target detection in noisy environment using wavelet filter and correlation based detector
Author(s): Erol Sarigul; M. S. Alam
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Multi-look fusion identification: a paradigm shift from quality to quantity in data samples
Author(s): S. Wong
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Probing waveform synthesis and receive filter design for active sensing systems
Author(s): William Roberts; Hao He; Xing Tan; Ming Xue; Duc Vu; Jian Li; Petre Stoica
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On the relationship between the generalized likelihood ratio test and backprojection for synthetic aperture radar imaging
Author(s): K. Voccola; B. Yazici; M. Ferrara; M. Cheney
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Time-frequency representations and operators
Author(s): Leon Cohen
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On the airworthiness approval of a SAR ATR system
Author(s): Dieter Willersinn; Uwe Jäger; Herbert Schlatt; Christoph Stahl
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Image quality and performance modeling for automated target detection
Author(s): John M. Irvine; Eric Nelson
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Automated rapid training of ATR algorithms
Author(s): Jonah McBride; Jessica Lowell; Magnús Snorrason; Ross Eaton; John Irvine
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Performance study on point target detection using super-resolution reconstruction
Author(s): Judith Dijk; Adam W. M. van Eekeren; Klamer Schutte; Dirk-Jan J. de Lange; Lucas J. van Vliet
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Error estimation procedure for large dimensionality data with small sample sizes
Author(s): Arnold Williams; Gregory Wagner
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Determining training data requirements for template based normalized cross correlation
Author(s): Peter Knee; Lee Montagnino; Shawn Halversen; Andreas Spanias
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Uncertain geometry: a new approach to modeling for recognition
Author(s): Joseph L. Mundy; Ozge C. Ozcanli
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A multiframe 2D-to-3D video georegistration algorithm
Author(s): Scott A. Merritt
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Automatic tracking system with target classification
Author(s): Won-Chul Choi; Jik-Han Jung; Dong-Jo Park; Byung-In Choi; Sungnam Choi
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Component-based target recognition inspired by human vision
Author(s): Yufeng Zheng; Kwabena Agyepong
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Discrimination of classes of ships for aided recognition in a coastal environment
Author(s): Sebastiaan P. van den Broek; Henri Bouma; Marianne A. C. Degache; Gertjan Burghouts
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Incremental learning in automatic target recognition
Author(s): Chaitanya Raju; Karthik Mahesh Varadarajan; Aditya Kothari; Hieu Tat Nguyen; Jacob Yadegar; Jonathan Mills
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Gauge features for curvilinear target recognition
Author(s): James M. Coggins
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Polarimetric calibration and its influence on target recognition performance
Author(s): Hartmut Schimpf
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Estimation and detection in degree of polarization images perturbed by detector noise and non uniform illumination
Author(s): Arnaud Bénière; François Goudail; Mehdi Alouini; Daniel Dolfi
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A presentation of ATR processing chain validation procedure of IR terminal guidance version of the AASM modular air-to-ground weapon
Author(s): D. Duclos; N. Quinquis; G. Broda; F. Galmiche; F. Oudyi; N. Coulon; D. Cordier; C. Sonier
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Development of a demeaning filter for small object detection in infrared images
Author(s): Hwal-Suk Lee; Seokkwon Kim; Je Hee Lee; Won-Chul Choi; Dong-Jo Park; Chang-Kyun Noh; NamHun Kang
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Robust automatic target tracking based on a Bayesian ego-motion compensation framework for airborne FLIR imagery
Author(s): Carlos R. del-Blanco; Fernando Jaureguizar; Narciso García; Luis Salgado
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Tracking of multiple objects under partial occlusion
Author(s): Bing Han; Christopher Paulson; Taoran Lu; Dapeng Wu; Jian Li
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