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Technologies for Synthetic Environments: Hardware-in-the-Loop XVIII
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Volume Number: 8707
Date Published: 4 June 2013

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Front Matter: Volume 8707
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Analytic determination of optimal projector lens design requirements for pixilated projectors used to test pixilated imaging sensors
Author(s): Joseph P. Rice
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A two-color 1024x1024 dynamic infrared scene projection system
Author(s): Joe LaVeigne; Greg Franks; Marcus Prewarski
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Characterization of SWIR hyperspectral imager with a multispectral polarized scene projector
Author(s): Neelam Gupta
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High-dynamic range DMD-based infrared scene projector
Author(s): David J. Mansur; Robert Vaillancourt; Ryan Benedict-Gill; Scott P. Newbry; Julia Rentz Dupuis
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Calibration of IR test chambers with the missile defense transfer radiometer
Author(s): Simon G. Kaplan; Solomon I. Woods; Adriaan C. Carter; Timothy M. Jung
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Precision radiometric surface temperature (PRST) sensor
Author(s): James T. Daly; Carson Roberts; Andrew Bodkin; Robert Sundberg; Scott Beaven; Jeffrey Weinheimer
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Development of tools, technologies, and methodologies for imaging sensor testing
Author(s): H. Lowry; K. Bynum; S. Steely; R. Nicholson; H. Horne
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Dynamic thermal signature prediction for real-time scene generation
Author(s): Chad L. Christie; Efthimios (Themie) Gouthas; Owen M. Williams; Leszek Swierkowski
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Coding for parallel execution of hardware-in-the-loop millimeter-wave scene generation models on multicore SIMD processor architectures
Author(s): Richard F. Olson Jr.
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The design of flight motion simulators: high accuracy versus high dynamics
Author(s): Robert W. Mitchell
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