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1 April 1992 RADIUS: research and development for image understanding systems phase 1
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The central goal of the Research and Development for Image Understanding Systems (RADIUS) project is to focus image understanding (IU) research efforts on the needs of operational intelligence applications. Model-supported exploitation (MSE) is the underlying concept to be validated, developed, demonstrated, and evaluated. Site modeling is the principle component of the MSE concept that RADIUS must develop. IU research and development will be directed towards the creation and maintenance of site models, which will be used directly by the image analyst (IA) or by other IU algorithms as an intelligent assistant to the IA. Site models will provide a geometric means of associating collateral data with site components. Hughes Aircraft Company is teamed with BDM International, Inc. (BDM), Washington, D.C., Control Data Corporation (CDC), Minneapolis, Minnesota, Hughes Research Laboratories (HRL), and the University of Southern California (USC).
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Randall M. Onishi, Shirley Jane Gee, Jeffrey Edwards, Arthur M. Newman, and Felicia M. Vilnrotter "RADIUS: research and development for image understanding systems phase 1", Proc. SPIE 1623, The 20th AIPR Workshop: Computer Vision Applications: Meeting the Challenges, (1 April 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.58065
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