1 August 1991 User interface development for semiautomated imagery exploitation
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Proceedings Volume 1472, Image Understanding and the Man-Machine Interface III; (1991); doi: 10.1117/12.46468
Event: Orlando '91, 1991, Orlando, FL, United States
Abstract
Operational reconnaissance technical organizations are burdened by greatly increasing workloads due to expanding capabilities for collection and delivery of large-volume near-real- time multisensor/multispectral softcopy imagery. Related to the tasking of reconnaissance platforms to provide the imagery are more stringent timelines for exploiting the imagery in response to the rapidly changing threat environment being monitored. The development of a semi-automated softcopy multisensor image exploitation capability is a critical step toward integrating existing advanced image processing techniques in conjunction with appropriate intelligence and cartographic data for next-generation image exploitation systems. This paper discusses the results of a recent effort to develop computer-assisted aids for the image analyst (IA) in order to rapidly and accurately exploit multispectral/multisensor imagery in combination with intelligence support data and cartographic information for the purpose of target detection and identification. A key challenge of the effort was to design and implement an effective human-computer interface that would satisfy any generic IA task and readily accommodate the needs of a broad range of IAs.
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R. Patrick O'Connor, Edward H. Bohling, "User interface development for semiautomated imagery exploitation", Proc. SPIE 1472, Image Understanding and the Man-Machine Interface III, (1 August 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.46468; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.46468
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Human-machine interfaces

Visualization

Image processing

Image analysis

Software development

Target detection

Image fusion

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