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7 May 2007 Development of region processing algorithm for HSTAMIDS: status and field test results
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The Region Processing Algorithm (RPA) has been developed by the Office of the Army Humanitarian Demining Research and Development (HD R&D) Program as part of improvements for the AN/PSS-14. The effort was a collaboration between the HD R&D Program, L-3 Communication CyTerra Corporation, University of Florida, Duke University and University of Missouri. RPA has been integrated into and implemented in a real-time AN/PSS-14. The subject unit was used to collect data and tested for its performance at three Army test sites within the United States of America. This paper describes the status of the technology and its recent test results.
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Peter Ngan, Sean Burke, Roger Cresci, Joseph N. Wilson, Paul Gader, K. C. Ho, Elizabeth Bartosz, and Herbert Duvoisin "Development of region processing algorithm for HSTAMIDS: status and field test results", Proc. SPIE 6553, Detection and Remediation Technologies for Mines and Minelike Targets XII, 65532D (7 May 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.723756
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