27 November 2001 Magnetic localization and real-time tracking of concealed threats
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Blades, knives, handguns and vehicles are similar targets for magnetic tracking purposes, and their differences can be described parametrically. These parameters can be used for classification, and to model the performance of a sensor node being used for a proposed application. The scaling laws that relate these parameters to actual performance will be reviewed and applied to a real world example. This computed noise limit will be contrasted with the practical limit observed in those measurements.
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Alexander R. Perry, Alexander R. Perry, Peter V. Czipott, Peter V. Czipott, Yacine Dalichaouch, Yacine Dalichaouch, David O. Walsh, David O. Walsh, } "Magnetic localization and real-time tracking of concealed threats", Proc. SPIE 4491, Subsurface and Surface Sensing Technologies and Applications III, (27 November 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.450158; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.450158
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