8 April 1983 Application Of An N-Dimensional Algebra To Processing "Battlefield Obscuration" Stereo-Pair Video Data
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An n-dimensional Algebra computer code, NDIMEN, based on the Generalized Balanced Tern-ary (GBT) system is applied to the processing of "Battlefield Obscuration"--Dust, Smoke, Artillery Bursts. The obscurant data is obtained from the Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory's Multispectral Image Data Acquisition System (MIDAS), which video records multi-wavelength time-sequenced images of the obscurant cloud from a stereo-pair or more MIDAS camera stations. Examples of the GBT algebra and its application to 3-D objects plus the potential for modeling combat clouds will be given.
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Robert E. De Kinder,Jr., Robert E. De Kinder,Jr., George G. Blackman, George G. Blackman, Laurie Gibson, Laurie Gibson, } "Application Of An N-Dimensional Algebra To Processing "Battlefield Obscuration" Stereo-Pair Video Data", Proc. SPIE 0367, Processing and Display of Three-Dimensional Data, (8 April 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.934301; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.934301
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