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26 September 1989 Simulation Of Multiple Automatic Video Trackers For Tracking High-Fidelity Simulated Imagery
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High-fidelity simulation of automatic video trackers is needed to accurately train personnel in the use and operation of target track point update, tracker mode selection, and break-lock conditions. This paper describes a tracker simulator consisting of a microprogrammable two-card set, replicating the algorithms of four operational trackers, that has been developed for this purpose. The tracker simulator operates on images generated by a Computer-Generated Synthesized Imagery (CGSI) system in both the electro-optical and infrared spectrums. Servo stability and track loop delay characteristics are presented.
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Gerald W. Plunk and Dennis Hansen "Simulation Of Multiple Automatic Video Trackers For Tracking High-Fidelity Simulated Imagery", Proc. SPIE 1111, Acquisition, Tracking, and Pointing III, (26 September 1989); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.977979
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