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27 July 1999 Sensor to shooter information fusion for rapid targeting (SSIFRT)
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This paper describes the sensor to shooter information fusion for rapid targeting program. The objective of this program is to design, develop, test, and demonstrate the fusion of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance data with on-board sensor data. This decentralized information fusion system will take advantage of both on- board tactical platform and off-board sensor data to generate a high performance identification capability. The algorithm development will address Automatic Target Recognition, ground target tracking, target cueing, and registration of imagery residing on both ground state (off- board) and tactical aircraft (on-board) systems. Analysis of data link and processing requirements/capabilities will be performed to determine an on-board and off-board fusion architecture.
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Joseph R. Diemunsch, David M. Doria, and Alan Chao "Sensor to shooter information fusion for rapid targeting (SSIFRT)", Proc. SPIE 3720, Signal Processing, Sensor Fusion, and Target Recognition VIII, (27 July 1999);


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