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3 September 1998 Joint FACET: the Canada-Netherlands initiative to study multisensor data fusion systems
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This paper presents the progress of a collaborative effort between Canada and The Netherlands in analyzing multi-sensor data fusion systems, e.g. for potential application to their respective frigates. In view of the overlapping interest in studying and comparing applicability and performance and advanced state-of-the-art Multi-Sensor Data FUsion (MSDF) techniques, the two research establishments involved have decided to join their efforts in the development of MSDF testbeds. This resulted in the so-called Joint-FACET, a highly modular and flexible series of applications that is capable of processing both real and synthetic input data. Joint-FACET allows the user to create and edit test scenarios with multiple ships, sensor and targets, generate realistic sensor outputs, and to process these outputs with a variety of MSDF algorithms. These MSDF algorithms can also be tested using typical experimental data collected during live military exercises.
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Eloi Bosse, Arne Theil, Jean Roy, Albert G. Huizing, and Simon van Aartsen "Joint FACET: the Canada-Netherlands initiative to study multisensor data fusion systems", Proc. SPIE 3373, Signal and Data Processing of Small Targets 1998, (3 September 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.324652
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