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Motion Imagery Technologies, Best Practices, and Workflows for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), and Situational Awareness
Editor(s): Donnie Self
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Volume Number: 8740
Date Published: 23 May 2013

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Front Matter: Volume 8740
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Overcoming ISR data challenges
Author(s): D. Bottom
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Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) and Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) convergence
Author(s): Michael G. Lee
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Uses of motion imagery in activity-based intelligence
Author(s): Thomas D. Lash
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Low power multi-camera system and algorithms for automated threat detection
Author(s): David J. Huber; Deepak Khosla; Yang Chen; Darrel J. Van Buer; Kevin Martin
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Transporting live video over high packet loss networks
Author(s): Dave Werdin
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Intelligent video downlink solutions
Author(s): Eric McCulley
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Increased efficiency for beyond line-of-sight in airborne ISR operations
Author(s): Slava Frayter; Koen Willems
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A results-based process for evaluation of diverse visual analytics tools
Author(s): Gary Rubin; David H. Berger
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Methods and implications of geopositioning from full motion video
Author(s): Jeffrey J. Carpenter; Paul V. Whalen; Michael J. Lenihan; Kurt R. Rogers; Henry J. Theiss; John Dolloff; Aaron W. Braun
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Smart systems, dumb data: impact on ISR operations
Author(s): Gregory S. Creech
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Foreground estimation in motion imagery using multi-frame change detection techniques
Author(s): Andrew J. Lingg; Brian D. Rigling
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Gaze interaction in UAS video exploitation
Author(s): Jutta Hild; Stefan Brüstle; Norbert Heinze; Elisabeth Peinsipp-Byma
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InnoVision's focus areas for motion imagery research and development
Author(s): Kenneth E. Rice
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Standards for efficient employment of wide-area motion imagery (WAMI) sensors
Author(s): L. Scott Randall; Paul F. Maenner
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