Modeling and Simulation for Defense Systems and Applications X
Editor(s): Eric J. Kelmelis
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20-24 April 2015
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Front Matter Vol. 9478
Proc. SPIE 9478, Front Matter: Volume 9478, 947801 (28 May 2015);
Mobile and Communications
Proc. SPIE 9478, Secure communication systems using synchronized Lorenz strange attractor on reconfigurable hardware, 947802 (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, Investigating weaknesses in Android certificate security, 947804 (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, The effectiveness of the jammer signal characteristics on conical-scan systems, 947805 (22 May 2015);
Algorithms, Platforms, and Tools
Proc. SPIE 9478, Adaptive OpenCL libraries for platform portability, 947806 (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, Enhanced modeling and simulation of EO/IR sensor systems, 947807 (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, An evaluation of algorithms and methods for compressing and decompressing atmospheric transmission data for use in at-sensor measurements, 947808 (22 May 2015);
Systems and Environments I
Proc. SPIE 9478, A reference model for model-based design of critical infrastructure protection systems, 94780A (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, Focus on connections for successful organizational transformation to model based engineering, 94780C (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, Target detection and tracking in maritime surveillance mission, 94780E (22 May 2015);
Systems and Environments II
Proc. SPIE 9478, Virtual sensor tracking using byzantine fault tolerance and predictive outlier model for complex tasks recognition, 94780F (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, The use of a low-cost visible light 3D scanner to create virtual reality environment models of actors and objects, 94780H (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, Physical environment virtualization for human activities recognition, 94780I (22 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9478, Dynamic fair node spectrum allocation for ad hoc networks using random matrices, 94780J (22 May 2015);
Poster Session
Proc. SPIE 9478, Building GSM network in extreme conditions, 94780K (22 May 2015);
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